One way of doing this is with 19 ten-cent coins and 10 one-cent coins.
there are 10 in 1 dollar so 50 in 5 dollars
One half dollar (50 cent piece) and two quarter dollars (25 cent each piece)
Three half-dollars (three 50-cent coins). In US coins, a dollar and two quarters (dollar coins are not well-circulated).
One 50-cent coin, two 10-cent coins, and two 1-cent coins.
Simple answer: 98 coins of 1 cent each.
50 two cent coins, they exist.
There are no 20c coins.If you are talking about 25c coins then - 20 coins would make $5.If you are talking about 10c coins then - 50 coins would make $5* * * * *There may not be 20 cent coins for the US dollar but there certainly are for the Australian dollar. And 25 of them would make 5.00 dollars.
25 cent and 10 cent and 1 cent
One combination anyway: American: 3.5 dollars in 50c is 7 coins 2 dollars in quarters = 8 coins 5 dimes = 5 coins Euro: 3.5 euro in 50c is 7 coins 2.40 euro in 20c is 12 coins and 1 10 cent coin
2,000 5cent coins makes 100 UD dollars if i am right with my math
4 fifty-cent pieces 6 dimes 4 nickels 20 pennies
Cent cent cent cent cent nickel nickel nickel nickel ....,.., not possible
With US coins, a half-dollar and two nickels, or two quarters and a dime. If you have 20-cent coins, 3 of those, or the 50 cent and two 5 cent coins.
a dime, a quarter and a fifty-cent piece.
Three. A 20 cent, 10 cent and 5 cent coin.
There is no straightforward answer, you can make it with 50 or 45 coins quite easily if you use 50 one-cent coins or 49 one-cent coins and a 5-cent coin. You could bend the meaning of the question using non-US currencies, or by trading, etc.
Three dimes 30 one-cent coins A quarter and 5 one-cent coins