Q: How do you make 93 cents using 9 coins?

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3 quarters, 1 dime, 1nickel, and 3 pennies (25*3)+10+5+(1*3)= 93 cents

2 quaters $0.50 4 dimes $0.40 3 pennies $0.03 9 coins $0.90

Nine American coins to sum up to 93 cents: 25c 25c 25c 10c 10c 5c 1c 1c 1c

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93 cents 93 cents

The coins are 90% not 93% silver. The coins weigh 2.5 grams.

A dollar and 93 cents.

93

It equals 93 cents!

The tax on a $12.40 purchase at 7.5% is 93 cents.

1.49 +0.93 + 1.29 +0.79 + 0.93 = 5.43 5.43 * 8% =0.43 5.43 + 0.43 = 5.86

444-351=93

Look at this as money. Is $0.99 (99 cents) more than $0.93 (93 cents) and you will pick the $0.99.

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93 divided by 3 is 21.

93 =31 x 311

93 x 862 = 80,166

Yes 93 can be divided into 31 if using the 3 as the dividend

In the year 1964, a gallon of milk cost about .93 cents. Other prices in 1964 included .27 cents for two cans of Coke, .15 cents to ride the NYC subway and .25 cents for a gallon of gas.

The average price for a movie ticket in 1964 was 93 cents.

Less than 50 cents.

23 cents can be written as .23 dollars. .23 * 4 = .92 dollars (or) 92 cents

The average price of a movie ticket in 1964 was 93 cents.

The average price for a gallon of regular gasoline in 1986 was: $.93 cents.

17 Billion 817million 51 thousand 787 dollars and 93 cents.