Q: How many 5c coins equal 10?

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question does not say 10 what2 x 5c coins = 10c200 x 5c coins = $10

If that is an equation: 5c = 10 then the value of c is 2

If: 5c = 10 Then: c = 2

65

48 i think

5c =41f=278k

One way for 16 Australian coins to equal 95 cents is as follows: * 13 5c coins and 3 10c coins 13 x 5 = 65 3 x 10 = 30 30 + 65 = 95 cents

10c and 5c "one of the coins is not a 10c" doesn't mean the other isn't :P

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15.386.000 coins were struck of this type. Value: about 10 dollars.

It is not possible to make 25 cents from 14 coins (US currency) There are only 1, 5, 10 and 25 cent coins Test: 14 x 1c = 14c, insufficient value 13 x 1c (=13) + 1 x 5c (=5) totals 18c, still not enough 12 x 1c (=12) + 2 x 5c (=10) totals 22c, still not enough. 11 x 1c (=11) + 3 x 5c (=15) totals 26c. Too much! If you use a 10c coin, you have to make the balance of 15c with 13 coins! Not possible! Of course, if you have 14 coins, which includes 10 x 1c (=10), and 3 x 5c (=15), you will easily make a total of exactly 25c, but only if you don't include the 14th coin!

41F

The echidna is on the Australian 5c piece.

3 dimes 13 nickles 5 pennies

80, because there are 400 cents in 4 Dollars, and 400 divided by 5 = 80.

It is 278 K.

The only animal to appear on the 5c coin in US currency is the buffalo (1913-1938) Canadian 5c coins normally have a picture of a beaver building a dam, although special commemoratives issued during the 1967 Centennial carry a picture of a snowshoe hare. Australian 5c coins have a picture of an echidna, which is an unusual egg-laying mammal found only in that country. New Zealand 5c coins carried a picture of a reptile called a tuatara. The denomination was eliminated in 2006 due to low purchasing power.

5c-15 in bar model form = -10

There are currently (as of 2012) six coins in general circulation in Singapore; 1c, 5c, 10c, 20c, 50c and $1.

3 of 1c = 3c 1 of 5c = 5c 5 of 10c = 50c 3 + 1 + 5 = 9 3 + 5 + 50 = 58 ======================= Rose has 1 Quarter = 25 cents 1 Dime = 10 cents 4 Nickels = 20 cents 3 Penny = 3 cents ===================== 9 coins =58 cents

When the temperature is 10°C = 50°F F = 9/5 C + 32 → Require 5C = 9/5C + 32 → 25C = 9C + 160 → 16C = 160 → C = 10

For American currency. You have two coins worth a total of 15 cents. One of the coins is not a nickel. What are they? The one that's not a nickel is a dime. The OTHER coin is a nickel.

For Sterling --- 5 x 1p, 12 x 2p, 10 x 5p and 3 x 10p will do it. The same denominations in cents will do it for the Euro For US cents --- 19 x 1c, 7 x 5c, 3 x 10c, and 1 x 25c will do it.

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1 dollar = 100 cents = 5 cents x 20 then 18 x 20 = 360 Answer: there are 360 5 cent coins in $18