Q: How do you make 75 cents out of 10 coins?

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Three quarters = 75 cents plus 2 dimes to make it 95 cents.

Well,25+25+25 is 75, but that is 3 coins and 25+25+10+10=70 and that is less than 75 so there is NO WAY that 4 coins can equal 75 cents.

Quarters

Two quarter dollar coins (25 cents each) and five dimes (10 cent each coin) or 3 x 25 cents = 75 cents 3 x 5 cents = 15 cents 1 x 10 cents = 10 cents Total = 100 cents or one dollar.

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

3 guarters

Assuming that you are only using current US coins (5, 10, 25 and 50 cents), the answer is 21. NickelsDimesQuartersHalves1500013100112009300740055003600170010010811062104310241005105020312012205001310112010011

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

3 quarters and a washer.

Only one way .50 + .25 = .75 ??????????

three quarters = 75 four pennies = 4

2 quarters = 50 cents 2 dimes = 20 cents 5 pennies = 5 cents Total = 75 cents

75% off would make the price $10. 75 cents less would be $39.24

How many ways can you make 75 cents?

If in america, 3 quarters make 75c. With the euro, a 50c, a 20c, and a 5c make 75c

3 quarters 3 nickels and 10 pennies 25X3=75 5X3=15 1X10=10 75+15+10=100

4 dimes and 7 nickels

Retail values for circulated coins are: 5-15 cents/ uncirculated coins 50 -75 cents

about .75 cents about .75 cents

10 cents, it's just a dime. High grade Mint State coins are only 25 to 75 cents. And it's NOT silver.

25 pennies =25 cents and 3 quarters is 75 cents so that works

1942 is a common date Lincoln cent with low values of 3 to 10 cents for circulated coins, only uncirculated coins have better values in the range of 75 cents to $1.25 depending on the grade.

So common most are worth 3 cents up to a dime for circulated coins with uncirculated coins at 50 to 75 cents

So common most are worth 3 cents up to a dime for circulated coins with uncirculated coins at 50 to 75 cents

Seven dimes and one nickel equal 75 cents.