The answer will depend on the country whose dollar you mean. Different countries, that use dollar, have coins of different denominations.
it's possible only if there are 20 cent coins only for that 7 dollars 1 dollar = 100 cents, 100 cents = 5 of 20 cent coins since you need 5 of 20 cent coins for a dollar, you do 7 times of it. 7 X 5 = 35. Therefore, you need 35 of 20 cent coins for 7 dollars. (or there are 35 of 20 cent coins in 7 dollars)
1 dollar, 1 half dollar, 4 dimes and a nickel.
5 dimes and 2 quarters.
2 quarters 5 dimes
None. There are no coins in a dollar. A dollar is a paper bill.
The term "Silver Dollar" covers 7 different series (the coins that actually contain silver) of one dollar coins struck by the US from 1794 to 1935. Please be more specific and post new question.
62 copper dollar coins
3 dollar 3 coins
There were no 1 Dollar silver coins in 1973 from Cook Islands. It was only in copper-nickel. There were 2 Dollar or 2-1/2 Dollar or 7-1/2 Dollar 1973 coins all with 0.925 silver.
A dollar coin, a fifty-cent piece and 7 pennies.
A half-dollar, 3 quarters, 2 dimes and a nickel.◄
A 50 cent piece, a quarter and 5 nickels.
Dollar coins are worth... ready?... $1.00
Circulated coins run from $17.00-$31.00 retail and mint state coins start at $60.00
Aside from the one dollar coin, other coins have a face value of less than one dollar. In the past, there were larger value coins, but they haven't been used since the 1930s.
A Quarter, a Nickel and 7 Dimes: 1 × 25 cents + 1 × 5 cents + 7 × 10 cents = 100 cents = 1 dollar.
The quarter dollar, the half dollar and all dollar coins.
1 coin= $1 dollar piece 2 coins= 2 $0.50 pieces and so on. The least number of coins impossible to go into a dollar is 77 coins.
You can spend 2 dollar bills and dollar coins all day long in the United States.
There are thousands of coins in the US, but if you mean circulation coins, there is the penny, nickel, dime, quarter, half dollar, Native American dollar, and presidential dollar.
One way is if you have 20 pennies, 7 dimes, and 2 nickels.
7-19-11>>> A 1935 Peace Dollar is common and values are $35.00-$55.00 for circulated coins.
A nickel is worth 5 cents so one dollar is the same as 20 nickels. $7 would then be 20 * 7 = 140 coins.