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
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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.
How much 20c makes a $1.00
60 x 20 cent coins = 12.00 dollars.
convert amount to cents, so 14.60 becomes 1460c, then divide by 20c = 73
$2, $1, 50c, 20c, 20c.
thirteen 2.60 / 0.20 = 13
16 $0.50 coins
Six 50 cent coins=$3.00 Six 20 cent coins=$1.20 Eight 10 cent coins=$.80
$20, $10, $2, $2, 20c, 20c, 20c, 20c, 5c
Value of old 1965 20c english
The U.S. produced 20-cent coins from 1875-1878.The only U.S. coins dated 1965 that contain silver are half dollars.
umm so 1 euro+50c+20c+5c=1.75 euro:)
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
If in america, 3 quarters make 75c. With the euro, a 50c, a 20c, and a 5c make 75c
Tentatively I will say $4.35, with for instance: 19 x 20c 1 x 50c 1 x 5c It's possible that a rigorous method exists, but this is just a fudged guess. Any advances on it?
It is impossible to answer the question without knowing the values of the coins. For example, the UK has 20 pence but not 25p whereas the US has 25 cents but not 20c.
30 coins 6 dimes = 60c 4 nickels = 20c 20 pennies = 20c Total $1
There are currently (as of 2012) six coins in general circulation in Singapore; 1c, 5c, 10c, 20c, 50c and $1.
Australia did not begin issuing 20 cent coins until 1966.
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
At present (up till January 2008) there are 15 countries in the eurozone who make use of euro coins. Each of these countries have 8 euro coins of different value starting from 1c, 2c, 5c, 10c, 20c, 50c, 1 Euro, and 2 Euro. Therefore in total there are 120 euro coins in total. With this number one has to add the other principalities who make use of the euro. These are the Vatican City, San marino and Monaco. Therefore with 120 coins one has to add another 24 coins making a total of 144 euro coins. On 1 January 2009 Slovakia joined the Eurozone, so there are now a further 8 coins.
Another difference was that the 20-cent coins had a smooth edge while the other silver denominations featured a reeded, or milled, edge. Therefore 'none' is the answer.