A quarter, a nickel, and a dime make forty cents.
Just one, a dime.
No, you can't make 25 cents out of 22 coins
4 pennies, 1 quarter, and a dime.
The US has four mints that make coins. The US mints make coins in the denominations of 1 cent, 5 cents, 10 cents, 25 cents, 50 cents, and 1 dollar for general US circulation. Half dollars and dollar coins are not often used but they are legal tender and can be used in circulation. The US mint also makes bullion coins made of silver and gold. On top of that they make special coins that commemorate anniversaries of special events. These are just some of the coins that the US mints make.
A nickel is 5 cents, and $2 is 200 cents. Thus you need 200/5 = 40 coins.
To make 89 cents with 6 coins, you have to first realize that the "9" part of the cents is comprised of 5 cents and 4 pennies. Therefore, you have to have 4 pennies and 85 cents using 2 coins; impossible, since you would need 3 coins(if you had half-dollars) to make that amount: a half-dollar, quarter, and a dime. Basically, it's impossible with only coins worth 0.01, 0.05, 0.10, 0.25, and 0.50 of the currency(US$, I assume?)
10.90 dollars / 10 c = 1090/10 = 109
It is impossible to have 14 coins equal to 25 cents.
You can't make fractions of cents.
Four fifty cents make two dollars.
it is 5 a quarter 2 dimes and 2 pennies