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DeletedLet there be 50 cent coins (call them halfs), 10 cent coins (dimes) and 5 cent coins (nickles). 81 coins: Three more dimes than halfs: Nickels are twice halfs plus dimes: Three equations in three unknowns. We'll eliminate first: Substituting Check we have the right number of coins: Good. The amount of money is Part 2. a for amount Tim gave cousin. Initially Tim has $146.65, cousin $10.55 After he gave the money Tim had twice as much: That's the answer to b. After the transfer the cousin has