Half of one.
A dime is 10c. There are 10 dimes in a dollar. Therefore you would need 10 x 100 dimes to make 100 dollars = 1,000 which is one thousand.
To make a badge, First you need 10C :)
5 of them make 50g
In a 2 dollar coin there are 20 10c coins in it
Six 50 cent coins=$3.00 Six 20 cent coins=$1.20 Eight 10 cent coins=$.80
10c-4c = 6
20c x 7, plus 10c x 1 20c x 6, plus 10c x 3 20c x 5, plus 10c x 5 20c x 4, plus 10c x 7 20c x 3, plus 10c x 9 20c x 2, plus 10c x 11 20c x 1, plus 10c x 13
As far as i see, a dime is 10c. 1 dollar has 10 dimes therefore... 7.6 dollars have (7.6x10=) 76dimes
In Australia the Lyre bird is on the 10c coin.
10 x 10c coins
A 1917 republic franchise 10c coin can be worth anywhere from fifty cents to four dollars. If it has lots of wear but can still see most of the details in the design then it wouldnÕt be worth much. If the coin has little wear on the high points of the coin then the highest would be about four dollars if sold to a dealer.
Indeed. 74 cents can be made with the following set of 7 coins: 50c 10c 10c 1c 1c 1c 1c
a quarter and a dime (25c+10c=35c)
$7.50 a year and 10c a day