How many dimes could you trade for 360 pesos? $1 = 1500 pesos.

A. $1.5\text{dimes}$

B. $5.4\text{dimes}$

C. $540\text{dimes}$

D. $2.4\text{dimes}$

A. $1.5\text{dimes}$

B. $5.4\text{dimes}$

C. $540\text{dimes}$

D. $2.4\text{dimes}$

Keyla Koch
2022-10-16
Answered

How many dimes could you trade for 360 pesos? $1 = 1500 pesos.

A. $1.5\text{dimes}$

B. $5.4\text{dimes}$

C. $540\text{dimes}$

D. $2.4\text{dimes}$

A. $1.5\text{dimes}$

B. $5.4\text{dimes}$

C. $540\text{dimes}$

D. $2.4\text{dimes}$

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giosgi5

Answered 2022-10-17
Author has **15** answers

Answer:

The correct option is (d).

Explanation:

It is given that,

$1\$=1500\text{pesos}$

We need to convert 360 pesos into dimes

We can convert 360 pesos to dollars as follows:

$360\text{pesos}=\$\frac{1}{1500}\times 360\phantom{\rule{0ex}{0ex}}=0.24$

360 pesos is equal to $0.24

Also, $1\text{dollar}=10\text{dimes}$

We can covert 0.24 dollar to dimes as follows :

$0.24\text{dollar}=10\times 0.24\text{dimes}$

$0.24\text{dollar}=2.4\text{dimes}$

or

$360\text{pesos}=2.4\text{dimes}$

The correct option is (d).

Explanation:

It is given that,

$1\$=1500\text{pesos}$

We need to convert 360 pesos into dimes

We can convert 360 pesos to dollars as follows:

$360\text{pesos}=\$\frac{1}{1500}\times 360\phantom{\rule{0ex}{0ex}}=0.24$

360 pesos is equal to $0.24

Also, $1\text{dollar}=10\text{dimes}$

We can covert 0.24 dollar to dimes as follows :

$0.24\text{dollar}=10\times 0.24\text{dimes}$

$0.24\text{dollar}=2.4\text{dimes}$

or

$360\text{pesos}=2.4\text{dimes}$

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