Q: Can you make 35 cent with 3 coins?

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With US coins, a half-dollar and two nickels, or two quarters and a dime. If you have 20-cent coins, 3 of those, or the 50 cent and two 5 cent coins.

a dime, a quarter and a fifty-cent piece.

75 cents can be made from 5 ten-cent coins, 3 five-cent coins, and 10 one-cent coins.

One fifty-cent piece, one dime, and one cent (penny)

2 Fifty cent coins. 3 dimes, and 2 pennies.

3 five cent nickels (is that what you call them) and 2 one cent coins

Gold Coins: $20-$10-$5-$3-$2.50-$1.00 Silver coins: Dollar-Half Dollar-Quarter- 20 cent piece-Dime-Half Dime-3 cent silver. Copper Coins: 5 cent- 3 cent (nickel)- 2 cent- 1 cent- Half cent

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35 Australian 5 cent coins weigh nearly 100 grams. 17 Australian 10 cent coins weigh nearly 100 grams. 9 Australian 20 cent coins weigh a little over 100 grams. 3 Australian 50 cent coins weigh nearly 100 grams. 9 Australian 1 Dollar coins weigh a little over 100 grams. 15 Australian 2 Dollar coins weigh nearly 100 grams.

Either 3 ten-cent coins (3 x 10), or 1 twenty-cent coin and 2 five-cent coins (20 + 2 x 5).

fifty-cent piece and two quarters.

6 nickels and 3 pennies

3 dimes and a nickel

In Euros = 1 x 20 cent, 3 x 5 cent, 1 x 2 cent and 1 x 1 cent = 38 cents.

3 American 2 cent peices, and one Penny.

Three half-dollars (three 50-cent coins). In US coins, a dollar and two quarters (dollar coins are not well-circulated).

1863 only had a mintage of 21,000 3-cent coins.

You need 3 coins- the 50 cent piece, a dime, and a penny.

50g is exactly; 3 x 2 dollar coins 1 x 1 dollar coin 1 x 50 cent coin 1 x 10 cent coin

Assuming that they are current US coins, 2 Dimes and 1 Nickel. If they were obsolete denominations, they could also be a 20 Cent Coin, a 3 Cent Coin and a 2 Cent Coin.

One 50 cent piece, 3 dimes, 15 pennies

1 quarter 5 nickels 1 penny

Prior to 1965, the dime, quarter, half-dollar and dollar coins were all 90% silver. During WWII, nickels were minted with 35% silver but returned to our current composition after the war ended. The 20 cent piece and some 3 cent pieces were also minted in silver but those coins ended production long ago.

Not currently. Using discontinued American currency, you could use 15 pennies, a nickel, a 3-cent piece and a 2-cent piece.

75/5 = 15 So 15, 5 cent coins make up 75 cents. 75/10 = 7 and then another 5 cent coin So 7, 10 cent coins and one 5 cent coin makes up 75 cents. 75/20 = 3 and then another 10 cent coin and a 5 cent coin So 3, 20 cent coins, one 10 coin and one 5 cent coin. 75/50 = 1 and then another 20 cent coin and a 5 cent coin. So 1, 50 cent coin, one 20 cent coin and one 5 cent coin. There the Answer, By Answerly