# Chantelle has 450 pennies she puts 26 pennies in each jar. how many jars does Chantell fill. how many pennies are left over

Chantelle has 450 pennies she puts 26 pennies in each jar. how many jars does Chantell fill. how many pennies are left over ​

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1. Expert says:

Hope this will

2. detrickboucicaut says:

She can fill 17 jars and will still have 8 pennies left over.

17*26=442

450-4422=8

Let me know if you need more help! 🙂

3. Expert says:

solution:

→c= a b , that is product of a and b is possible only when when a is m × n matrix and b is n × p matrix.

that is, number of columns of a= number of rows of b.

so, size of matrix , c= a b is , if a = (m × n)matrix

b= (n × p)matrix

then a b = [ (m × n)matrix] ×[   (n × p)matrix ]

→→c= a b= [m × p ] matrix

→→size of product a b will be equal to = number of rows of a × number of columns of b

4. destinywyatt9129 says:

Step-by-step explanation: