**A child has a bottle full of pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters. There are six as many quarters as pennies, two times as many as nickels as pennies, and 5 times as many dimes as nickels. How many more dimes does the child have than nickels?**

4 times as many

5 times as many

20 times as many

10 times as many

*Correct Answer : B*

** In** this problem, we need to compare the number of dimes to quarters.

If we let p be number of pennies in the bottle. Then,

Number of quarters in the bottle = 6p

Number of nickels in the bottle = 2p

Number of dimes in the bottle =5(2p)=10p

Now relating dimes to nickels, we have

Thus, there are 5 times as many dimes as quarters in the box.

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