Use numbers, instead.
4 dollars 4 dimes and a nickel
Using pennies, nickels, and dimes: 85 pennies 1 nickel 1 dime Total = 87 coins.
Its depends if you're using cons or bills. For coins, for example say you have 52 cents. Then you put 52/100. And so that's your fraction. For bills I'm not so sure.
two 20 dollar bills and one 5 dollar bill; two dimes and one penny
Using standard American coins (1, 5, 10, 25 cents), the fewest number of coins to make $0.13 would be four -- one dime and three pennies. This number would be different in countries that use different denomination coins, such as the 2-cent piece.
The smallest number that someone can get using the 91764 digits is 14679. The secret is to arrange the digits from the least number to their greatest number.
shopping bills,electric bills,telephone bills and etc
255/256 (complement formula)
The smallest coin available is a penny, worth one cent. Simply shift the decimal two places to the right (because you're going from dollars and cents to strictly cents) to find that you would need 2930 pennies to make $29.30 using the largest number of coins possible. Using any other coins would only decrease the number of coins in the combination.
What is the greatest possible number of 83067 and the least
That's the Federal Reserve Bank routing number. It is a scam. Do not use this. The payment will come back and the bill will be unpaid. Additional fees will also be applied to your bills.
Greece used the Greek drachma up till 2001 The name appears on coins and bills using the Greek alphabet: δραχμαί
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1.) you can go to the factory and that gives u at least 200 coins every 6 hrs 2.) you can beg (my favorite) 3.) you can trade...
quarter+nickel= $0.30, using two coins.
It depends which currency you are using.
It is 3567
Replica coins are generally not worth much more than the metal they're made from. That said, some replica coins are intentionally made using precious metals so they can be sold as collectibles, and these can be worth at least their melt value.
No, the closest you can get is 40p using 2 x 20p coins.
If you can use up to three types of coins, the answer would be to use a Dollar coin - require only one coin.If you must use exactly three types of coins, the answer would be to use 3 Quarters, 2 Dimes and a Nickel - requires six coins.
If you place the numbers on the number line, they go from the least to the greatest as you go from left to right.