There are 500 pennies or 50 dimes or 20 quarters or 10 fifty cent pieces in a 5 dollar roll: 1 fifty cent piece & 3 quarters & 31 dimes & 65 pennies = $5
Twenty quarters will make five dollars. Fifty dimes will make five dollars. Five hundred pennies will make five dollars. Twenty dimes and twelve quarters will make five dollars. Of course, there are millions of combinations that you could use with US coins, excluding nickels, to make five dollars.
30 dimes, 50 half-dollars, and 20 pennies
90 pennies 7 half dollars 2 quarters 1 dime
30 dimes ,50 half dollars and 20 pennies
4 fifty-cent pieces 6 dimes 4 nickels 20 pennies
Yes! If you use Half Dollars, Quarters, Dimes, Nickels, and Pennies!
in US dollars: one dollar coin two dimes three nickels and three pennies
George saves nickels and dimes for tolls. If he has 28 coins worth 2.60. how many are nickels and how many are dimes Answer this question by using system of equation?
I don't think that this can be done using current US coins. In Canada, however, there are at least three combinations: -- 80 cents, 17 dimes, 2 quarters and a two-dollar coin -- 85 cents, 9 dimes, 5 quarters and a two-dollar coin -- 90 cents 1 dime, 8 quarters and a two dollar coin
10 nickels and 2 quarters