# Money Calculation Program with C++

## How can we calculate the total amount of money from the given counts of quarters, dimes, and nickels?

Given three values representing counts of quarters, dimes, and nickels, how can we output the total amount as an equivalent number of nickels, number of pennies, and dollar amount?

## Answer:

To calculate the total amount of money from the given counts of quarters, dimes, and nickels, we can use a C++ program that prompts the user to enter the number of each coin. The program then calculates the total amount in terms of the number of nickels, pennies, and dollars.

The C++ program uses the counts of quarters, dimes, and nickels to compute the total amount. By multiplying the number of quarters by 25 (since a quarter is worth 25 cents), the number of dimes by 10, and the number of nickels by 5, we can find the total amount in nickels.

Additionally, the program calculates the total amount in pennies by multiplying the total amount in nickels by 5 (since 1 nickel equals 5 pennies). The dollar amount is then determined by dividing the total amount in pennies by 100.0 to convert it into dollars.

The program ensures that the output displays the results with two digits after the decimal point using the `fixed` and `setprecision` functions from the `

By entering the correct counts of quarters, dimes, and nickels, the program provides the user with the equivalent number of nickels, pennies, and the total dollar amount.