# Math question involving mass, density, volume, and displacement?

Canadian 10¢ and 25¢ coins are made of pure nickel which has a density of 8.902 g/cm3. Suppose each dime weighs 2.00 g and each quarter weighs 5.00 g. A small collection of dimes and quarters are submerged in 10.00 mL of water in a graduated cylinder causing the water level to rise to the 15.95 mL mark. What is the combined monetary value (in Can\$) of those coins?

Note that there is a special relationship between the masses of the two types of coins and their monetary values.

Related posts:

1. Mass-Density-Volume-Displacement? Canadian 10¢ and 25¢ coins are made of pure nickel which has a density of 8.902 g/cm3. Suppose each dime weighs 2.12 g and each quarter weighs 5.30 g. A...
2. Density, volume and displacement? Canadian 10¢ and 25¢ coins are made of pure nickel which has a density of 8.902 g/cm3. Suppose each dime weighs 2.06 g and each quarter weighs 5.15 g. A...
3. Design an experiment to find the density of a \$1 canadian from its mass and volume.? and could it be used to identify counterfeit coins?explain. iclude details I already figured out 1 way but im not sure if it works or if its right or anything...
4. Math Question Help I Dont Get It? You have 10 stacks of 10 coins each. One stack is counterfeit. A real coin weighs 10 grams, and a counterfeit on weighs 11 grams. All coins look identical. With...
5. mATH QUESTION? HELP NEEDED? You see 10 sacks of gold coins in a row.Actually,only one sack contains true gold coins;the other 9 sacks are counterfeit.Their coins are gold plated, and look the same,but are...