Peanuts by Charles Schulz for February 26, 1974

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    gamer2k4  almost 11 years ago

    He currently has 7 quarters and 13 dimes.

    The math is a little complicated for an 8 year old, though.

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    TheSoundDefense  over 10 years ago

    There are two ways to do this problem. One is the painstaking way, which involves algebra. The other is to realize that each time you turn a dime into a quarter, you gain 15 cents. If you end up with 90 cents more, then that’s six dimes that got turned into quarters that weren’t cancelled out. So there are six more dimes than quarters – 13 dimes, 7 quarters.

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    TheSoundDefense  over 10 years ago

    Either way, complicated math for an 8-year-old.

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    alien011  over 3 years ago

    Ok, how much is a dime and how much is a quarter?

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    MatthewJHarris  about 3 years ago

    I hate maths questions like this. Just give me a sum and leave out the lateral thinking.

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    Daeder  over 2 years ago

    Come on, Peppermint Patty. You’ve got this. All you need to do is convert the dimes and quarters into French Monarchs and then solve for Louis.

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    thatdarnfurry  over 2 years ago

    gif of floating maths equations

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    Midnite Wine  about 1 year ago

    I aint an 8 year old, am jow 65 n i still cant figure these math problems…hence me failing math all thru high school n having to take a remedial math class in college!

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