SOLUTION: Part of the proceeds from a garage sale was 445.00 dollars worth of \$5 and \$20 bills. If there were 4 more \$5 bills than \$20 bills, find the number of each denomination.

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 Question 465733: Part of the proceeds from a garage sale was 445.00 dollars worth of \$5 and \$20 bills. If there were 4 more \$5 bills than \$20 bills, find the number of each denomination.Answer by sofiyac(695)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!lets say we have x \$20 bills then we have x+4 \$5 bills 20x+5(x+4)=445 20x+5x+20=445 25x=425 x=17 so we have 17 \$20 bills and 17+4=21 \$5 bills