There are at least four possibilities:
You can't use all of the bills and coins at the same time because their total value is larger than $2.66.
100 pennies 10 dimes 20 nickels 4 quarters 1 dollar
150 one dollar bills 30 five dollar bills 15 ten dollar bills (twentys cannot make exactly $150) 15000 pennies 3000 nickels 1500 dimes 600 quarters
3 dollar bills, 2 quarters, 2 dimes, and 4 pennies.
The dollar bills are made of cotton and linen, despite the fact that we call it paper money. Pennies are zinc coated with copper. Nickels, quarters, and dimes are a mix of nickel and copper.
If you allow a 50 cent piece, the answer is 9. Otherwise it's 10. The coins would be either: a half dollar, a quarter, two dimes, a nickel, four pennies or: three quarters, two dimes, a nickel, four pennies. Incidentally, if you want the minimum number of denominations for making exact change up to $100.00, that would be: A fifty, Two twenties, A ten, A five, Four dollar bills, Three quarters, Two dimes, A nickel and Four pennies, giving you a grand total of nineteen coins/bills.
2400000 cents (USD) equals 2400000 pennies 480000 nickles 240000 dimes 96000 quarters 24000 dollar bills 240 hundred dollar bills
in the case of US paper money (dollar bills), special paper containing cotton and linen. for coins (nickels, pennies, quarters, dimes, halves, dollars) different types of metals including zinc, copper, nickel, and manganese. In Australia coins are made of copper-nickel and bills are made from polymer
150 dimes in money is 150 dimes...since dimes are money, too. or if you mean how many dollars... divide by 10...15 dollars 5 dollar bills? 3 five dollar bills quarters? 60 quarters. nickles? 300 nickles pennies? 1500 pennies All in all....It is all worth $15
Yes. (72 quarters) and (18 dollar bills) have exactly the same face value.
a ten dollar bill, a five dollar bill, and three one dollar bills. That's $18 total
That's going to depend on the form in which you hold them. 1 ounce of pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, dollar coins, dollar bills, checques, or gold, all have different values in cents.
1.8 $100 bills,1 $50 bill,1 $20 bill, a loonie, 2 quarters 1 nickel,1 penny 2. 17 $50 bills, 1$20 bill,a loonie,2 quarters,1 nickel,1 penny 3. 7 $100 bills,3 $50 bills,1 $20 bill,a loonie,2 quarters,1 nickel,1 penny
Three twenty dollars bills and 12 quarters
It would take 2 rolls of pennies to equal 1 dollar bill.
100 pennies = $1.00 so 10 times as many pennies = 10 times as many dollars 1000 pennies = ten dollar bill 1,000,000 pennies/1,000 = 1,000 ten dollar bills (aka $10,000.00)
19 dimes 73 quarters and 22 20 dollar bills =(19 * $0.10) + (73 * $0.25) + (22 * $20.00) =$1.90 + $18.25 + $440.00 =$460.15
Dollars and cents. The cents are: pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, and half dollars. Dollar bills come in ones, twos (rarely, though), fives, tens, twenties, fifties, and hundreds.
Yes, the United States of America uses both coins and paper money. US paper currency is the dollar. The US dollar or money sign is "$". Coins are called "cents". The penny is the smallest value of coin. The penny's value is 1\100 of one US dollar. The nickel is the value of five pennies or 5\100 of one dollar. The dime is worth 10 pennies or 10\100 of one dollar. The quarter is worth 25\100 of one dollar. The one dollar bill is worth 100 pennies, 20 nickels, 10 dimes, or four quarters. The one dollar bill is the smallest value of all the paper notes. There are one, two (not commonly used), five, ten, twenty, fifty, and 100 dollar bills or paper notes.
Our paper money is called bills or dollars. The one and two bills were replaced by coins. The one dollar coin is called a loonie after the common loon engraved on its reverse side. When the 2 dollar coin came along it was already being dubbed the twoonie. the other coins are pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters.
Too much to carry in your pocket comfortably. Exchange the 18 quarters and 15 of the dimes for six dollar bills. $6.30
Canada's currency is the Canadian Dollar (CAD). It has dollars and cents (one hundredth of a dollar), with prices denoted in ways such as $5.99 (5 dollars and 99 cents), and 50¢ (50 cents).Common denominations are:Coins1¢ (penny), 5¢ (nickel), 10¢ (dime), 25¢ (quarter), $1 (loonie), $2 (toonie). 50¢ coins also exist, but are extremely rare.Banknotes$5, $10, $20, $50, $100. There is also $1.1 billion worth of $1000 bills in circulation, but they have been withdrawn due to concerns surrounding money laundering. They are still legal tender.Canadian Dollar, they have the same denominations as American ie:- 100 pennies = 1 dollar, 20 nickels = 1 dollar, 10 dimes = 1 dollar, 4 quarters = 1 dollarThe dollar: $.Canadian Dollar, they have the same denominations as American ie:- 100 pennies = 1 dollar, 20 nickels = 1 dollar, 10 dimes = 1 dollar, 4 quarters = 1 dollarThe dollar: $.Canadian Dollar Abbreviated as CND
Banks get dollar bills, dimes, nickels, and pennies from the U.S Mint, where money is made and sent to the bank. :)
but the real answer is $40 in 1900 is worth $1,252.45 today so 1,252.45 $40