# Parker has quarters and dimes his piggy bank. He has 4 more dimes than quarters, and he a total of $7.05 in his bank. How many dimes and quarters does Parker have?

Parker has

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Let's represent the number of quarters Parker has as (q) and the number of dimes as (d).

Given:

- (d = q + 4)
- The total value of quarters and dimes is $7.05, or 705 cents.

We can set up the equation: (25q + 10d = 705)

Substitute the value of (d) from the first equation into the second equation: (25q + 10(q + 4) = 705)

Solve for (q): (25q + 10q + 40 = 705) (35q + 40 = 705) (35q = 665) (q = 19)

Now, substitute the value of (q) back into the first equation to find (d): (d = 19 + 4) (d = 23)

So, Parker has 19 quarters and 23 dimes.

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