Ten (10) nickels and Three (3) quarters.
11/40 x 240 = 66 pennies 4/20 x 240 = 48 nickels 66 + 48 = 114 non-quarters 240 = 114 = 126 quarters
Each coin in the collection would have to be graded and given a value. The most value is in the silver coins from 1900 to 1964. The coins from 1965 to 2010 would have to be very high grade Mint State coins to have any value.
7 quarters 2 dimes 4 nickels
Collection of coins is called collection of cons only n there is no specific word for it. It is different from numismatics as numismatics is the systematic study of coins. Mere collection of coins cannot be called as numismatics.
If Keoki has 14 quarters and 8 dimes (for a total of 22 coins), she has $3.50 and $0.80 or $4.30 in coins. If Keoki has 15 quarters and 7 dimes (for a total of 22 coins), she has $3.75 and $0.70 or $4.45 in coins. If Keoki has 22 coins that are all dimes and quarters and their value in total is $4.35 as asked, there isn't a combination of coins that will permit her to have both 22 coins and $4.35 worth of coins.
A collection of coins answer this this is the answer
there are 67 quarters
40 Quaters are in a roll of quarters
Two quarters = 50 cents.
It depends on the condition, dates, mintmarks and denominations of the coins in the collection.
This question cannot be answered.Assume there is1 nickel. There must be 3 more than that in quarters - that makes4 quarters and there are13 dimes---- that adds up to18
a half dollar and a nickel
8 of them.
47 Quarters 83 Nickels
Alisha had 822 coins.
You can start a collection of coins with the coins in your pocket. If you want old rare coins, you have to buy them.
The five coins are 3 quarters and 2 dimes.
A standard bank roll of quarters is $10, or forty coins.
7 quarters and 11 nickles
By the end of 2008, all of the original 50 States Quarters had been minted and released. The official total, according to the U.S. Mint, was 34,797,600,000 coins.This mintage data is just for the coins released for circulation, not the clad and silver proof coins. No matter how you look at it, that's a lot of quarters. Complete sets made up from coins taken from circulation will likely never increase in value.Sets of uncirculated coins are still in demand and do sell at an average price of $40.00.
Well, assuming you mean the value of the coins together is $20, and knowing that the value of a dime is $0.10 and that of a quarter is $0.25, then if we call the number of dimes 'd' and the number of quarters 'q', we can set up the following equations: d + q = 100 0.10d + 0.25q = 20 Then you can obtain the number of dimes and quarters by solving this series of linear equations.