Q: Brads mom has 4 kids penny dime and nickel what is the name of the fourth one?

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By far it is the penny.

A quarter, a nickel, a dime, and a penny is only 41 cents ... not enough to make 75 cents in even one way.

There are ten cents in a dime. 1 = cent = 'penny' 5 = nickel 10 = dime 100 = dollar

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15.438 grams.

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By far it is the penny.

The size of coins is not directly related to their value. The penny and nickel are larger than the dime because they are made of different metals and were designed at different times with various considerations in mind, such as ease of use and production costs. The dime, despite being smaller, still holds a higher value than the penny and nickel.

A quarter, a nickel, a dime, and a penny is only 41 cents ... not enough to make 75 cents in even one way.

Yes, you can make seventy-four cents with nine coins: quarter, quarter, dime, nickel, nickel, penny, penny, penny, penny

You would have to use a half dollar coin (which is not common) along with 1 dime, 1 nickel, and 1 penny

There is only one combination of two coins that will equal 11 cents. That would be one dime and one penny. Since the question limits us by stating that one coin is not a penny, then clearly the OTHER coin *must* be a penny.

There are ten cents in a dime. 1 = cent = 'penny' 5 = nickel 10 = dime 100 = dollar

15.438 grams.

30 cint

A penny is 1/5 of a nickel, 1/10 of a dime, 1/25 of a quarter and 1/100 of a dollar. A nickel is 1/2 of a dime, 1/5 of a quarter and 1/20 of a dollar. A dime is 2/5 of a quarter and 1/10 of a dollar. A quarter is 1/4 of a dollar.