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Q: How do you make exactly 5.00 using exactly 100 coins?

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fifty-cent piece and two quarters.

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Half dimes from the 1700's and 1800's.

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The only way I know you can do this is by using the following Action Replay code: 0209f358 00000064 It is actually called 'Get 99 coins' but when you go into a level you will find you always have exactly 100 coins to start with. When you get another coin, as the values do not increase (unfortunately) or decrease, that you have got the 100th coin, so the 100 coin star appears. Result!

A nickel is 1.95 mm think 1 in = 25.4 mm (exactly) → 100 in ≡ 100 x 25.4 mm ÷ 1.95 mm coins ≈ 1302.6 coins → the stack would contain 1302 coins and be slightly under 100 inches high [or 1303 coins and be slightly over 100 inches]

US nickels weigh 5 gm; current Canadian nickels are 3.95 gm. That means:100 grams of US nickels = 100/5 = 20 coins (exactly)100 grams of Canadian nickels = 100/3.95 = 25.32 coins, or 25 coins rounded to the nearest whole number

The US Mint did not make any 100 dollar coins in 1959.

99 + (99 / 99) = 100

100 gold coins and a flower.

10,000 pennies

You cant unless you have 100 pennies.

35 Australian 5 cent coins weigh nearly 100 grams. 17 Australian 10 cent coins weigh nearly 100 grams. 9 Australian 20 cent coins weigh a little over 100 grams. 3 Australian 50 cent coins weigh nearly 100 grams. 9 Australian 1 Dollar coins weigh a little over 100 grams. 15 Australian 2 Dollar coins weigh nearly 100 grams.

17+17+17+17+16+16

There are many. Various ways to make a dollar using coins. 100 pennies, 4 quarters, 2 50 cent coins, 1 50 cent coin and 2 quarters, 10 dimes, 20 nickels, and many variations. There are 293 ways to make a dollar but maybe there are more possible ways.

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4 quarters or 10 dimes or 20 nickels or 100 pennies. One dollar is equal to 100 cents so many combinations of coins can be used.

20 coins.

10 dimes make one dollar.