the answer is 2 dimes, 8 nickels and 40 pennies
A Crown (25p) and a 5p.
The Australian One Dollar coin has only been around since 1984, so the One Dollar coin is not particularly rare or valuable since coins from all years are still in circulation. Possibly for the reason that some 2000 One Dollar coins were minted using the obverse die for the slightly smaller sized 10 cent coin, an uncirculated 2000 One Dollar coin seems to rate very highly on the list at about $50 AUD, but it must be presumed that this is for one of the "mules" and not a normal coin. The identifying feature would be a double thicker rim on the obverse (heads) side. Otherwise, most Australian uncirculated One Dollar coins would fetch $10 AUD or less. A reputable coin dealer will be able to give a more accurate valuation.
10 nickels and 2 quarters
I'd say you can't. If all the coins are the smallest possible without pennies, they must all be nickels, and 21 of them make $1.05 . So in order for 21 coins to be not more than $1.00, there must be some pennies.
one half dollar; one quarter; one dime; 15 pennies
If you mean by using all the coins then none.
Assuming she is using current US coins, she has 4 pennies, 4 dimes, 1 quarter and 1 half dollar - 10 coins for a total of $1.19. She could, of course, also have any number of dollar coins as well.
There are 293 ways to make change for a dollar using the coins of a penny thru 1/2 dollar
The answer to the question as written is no. The smallest number would be 4 coins: 1 quarter, 4 dimesHowever the question isn't correctly written. It's a actually brain teaser that asks, "Can you make 55 cents using two coins if one of them is not a nickel?" The answer of course is a half dollar and a nickel - the half dollar is the coin that's not a nickel!
A dollar bill can be broken up into nineteen coins when giving change. This can be done by using one quarter, five dimes, two nickles, and ten pennies.
One half dollar, one quarter, two dimes and one nickel! Hope I helped! :)
Half dollar, and 2 quarters. It's easy. If it can't be half, I really don't know then.
yes it is, 37 pis equals it
2 quarters and 5 dimes
A 50 cent piece, a quarter and 5 nickels.
Quarter, half-dollar, and nickel
That's a trick question that usually goes, "one of them isn't a nickel." The answer is a half dollar and a nickel. One of them isn't a nickel, the other one is.
30 pennies, 4 nickels and 5 dimes.
1794 was the first Federal issue silver coin, a Dollar.
A half dollar and five pennies
4 Quarters= 1 dollar 10 dimes = 1 dollar 20 nickels = 1 dollar 2 half dollars = 1 dollar 1 Susan B. Anthony Coin = 1 dollar 1 Hiawatha Coin = 1 dollar 3 Quarters + 2 Dimes + 1 nickel = 1 dollar And just for an added bonus a bag of quarters is 65 pounds, contains 4000 coins, and is worth $1,000.
The Australian Government decided on using the name "Dollar" in the early 1960's. The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) "invented" the Dollar notes with various designers coming up with the artwork within guidelines set by the RBA. The Royal Australian Mint (RAM) "invented" the Dollar coin and Stuart Devlin being the designer who designed the coin.