Nickels are worth five cents and dimes are worth ten.
3 dimes is 30 cents and 5 nickels is 25 cents so 3 dimes is worth more.
Pennies are approx 2 15/16 inches worth 50 cents Nickels are approx 2 15/16 inches worth 2 dollars Quarters are approx 2 3/4 inches worth 10 dollars Dimes are approx 2 1/2 inches worth 5 dollars
It would all depend on the mix. If you had 180 pounds of pennies and the other 10 pounds were nickels, dimes and quarters that would be worth a lot LESS THAN if you had 180 pounds of quarters and the other 10 pounds were pennies, nickels and dimes.
Four dimes one nickel two pennies are worth 47 cents
Mintages of pennies, nickels and dimes in the 1940's and 1950's was quite high, so they are considered common -- with few exceptions. In circulated condition, wheat cents are worth about 2 cents each. Steel cents from 1943 are worth 5-10 cents each. Nickels will generally have little or no added value. The exceptions being the 1942-1945 silver nickels (identified by a large P, D or S above the building on the back) that are worth about 20 cents, and the 1950-D nickel which is worth a couple dollars. There are no dimes in this time period that have any significant collector value in circulated condition. Their value will be based on the silver they contain -- currently about 40 cents apiece.
They aren't pennies. They have a face value of 10 cents which makes them dimes.
Each dollar is worth 100 cents; each nickel is worth five cents; each dime is worth 10 cents. You can put together any combination of nickels and dimes you like to make up one dollar.
100 pennies 10 dimes 20 nickels 4 quarters
3 nickels, 2 pennies. Hope this helps!
This is equal to 42 cents.
A nickel is worth 5 cents, so 3 nickels are worth 3*5 = 15 cents. Add the 3 remaining cents to get a total of 18 cents.
There were no bicentennial designs for cents, nickels, or dimes. If your coin is from 1976 it's worth exactly 10 cents.
A roll of dimes is worth $5.00. A roll of quarters is worth $10.00. Roll of nickels is $2.00 and roll of pennies is $0.50. Hope this helps. (:
Your question should really be "How many nickels are 3 dimes worth?". A nickel is 5 cents and 3 dimes are 30 cents, which is the same as 6 nickels (30 / 6) As stated, a nickel can't "fit into" a dime because a dime is smaller than a nickel :)
No. Nickels and dimes are both multiples of 5 cents, so the total couldn't be $2.16 (216 cents) because that's not a multiple of 5 cents.If you want the exact total:11 nickels are worth 11 * 5 cents = 55 cents, or $0.5516 dimes are worth 16 * 10 cents = $1.60so the total is $2.15. Close to $2.16 but not spot on.
Assuming that pennies means cents (why?) then yes.
100 pennies 10 dimes 20 nickels 4 quarters 1 dollar
One nickels is worth 5 cents so 19 nickels are worth 95 cents.
they were made that way
There are fifteen (15) nickels.
If a dime is worth 10, and a nickel is worth 5, then you only need SEVEN coins ! Six dimes and one nickel is all you need.