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Q: How do you make a dollar out of 75 coins?

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An example of 8 coins to make $ 1.00 would be: 3 Quarters .75 5 Nickels .25 .75 + .25 = $ 1.00

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To make 75 cents out of 10 coins, you need 6 dimes and 3 nickels.

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5 dimes and 10 nickels make 1 dollar.

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Not in the US.

3 quarters is 75 cents. Now add 5 nickels which is 25 cents. The total is 75+35 which is one dollar as desired.This could be done with algebra also, but sometimes it is easier to do it by trial and error.

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5*20 cents (Australian) make a dollar. In US and Canadian coins, a 50 cent piece, a quarter, two dimes, and a nickel also make a dollar.

half dollar, quarter four dimes

Quarters

3 quarters+ 10 pennies+ 3 nickels= 1 dollar

You can make a dollar with any sorts of combinations of coins. A dollar is 100 cents. So 4 quarters or 2 $.50 pieces or 10 dimes or 4 nickels +8 dimes.

impossible.

ask someone to swap.

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From 1971 to date. The coins are 75% copper & 25% nickel.

The U.S. did not make any dollar coins with that date.

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

10 dimes make one dollar.

One half dollar, one quarter, four dimes and four pennies. It equals $1.19. You can not make change for exactly one dollar with those coins

The answer will depend on which country's dollar: there are many countries that use the dollar as a currency and they have different coinage.

No, there have been many US dollar coins struck before and after 1972. However, the US Mint did make a dollar coin in 1972 (it was the second year for the Eisenhower Dollar)

The US mint did not make dollar coins in 1905.