10 coins= 2 fifty cent coins.
20 = 100 / 5
Two x Five Dollar notes would equal Ten Dollars.Five x Two Dollar coins would also equal Ten Dollars.
There are 140 of 5p coins in £7
Only one. The U.S. Penny, the form of currency with the smallest value, is worth one cent. That being said, it is impossible to "make" one cent with two or more coins.
200 5cent coins 200*5 1000 $10
Three coins add up to 40 cents: a quarter, a dime, and a nickel.
Eight, of course !
8 of them
five coins 0.25 / 0.05 = 5
question does not say 10 what2 x 5c coins = 10c200 x 5c coins = $10
Not many. Mint uncirculated Australian 20 cent coins from 1966 to 1974 might have a collector value well over $10.60.
-- If the coins are dollar coins, all it takes is one of them. -- If the coins are pennies, it takes 100 of them. -- So a dollar can't be less than 1 or more than 100 coins.
30 quarters equals $7.50 42 dimes equals $4.20 That adds up to 72 coins with a value of $11.70
ms lynch has 21 coins in nickels and dimes. their total value is 1.65. how many of each coin does she have
That is a far too extensive a question to answer here, and also depends on what your definition of "value" is. The coins of greatest value are all locked up in museums and the collections of the very wealthy. This is a great period for British coins with many coins potentially of modest to high "value". The gold coins are all 22 carat and the silver coins are all sterling silver. Many coins from this period, such as the 1861 Penny, have up to 16 or more variations with very minor differences that are difficult to pick up on unless you know what to look for. You will need to consult a coin catalogue and check your coins against the descriptions and conditions of the coins and look out for any rarities, errors or peculiarities. Proof and Mint Uncirculated coins will always have a relatively higher value.
Coin collecting is a old tradition of collecting coins of monetary value (money). Many people collect coins that are old, coins that have meaning (like state themed coins), or coins from different parts of the world. Some people do this as a hobby and some collect coins because it will mean their value or worth is very high.
Depends. First, it depends on the condition of the coins, not all uncirculated coins are created equal, coins with bag marks are worth much less than a flawless coin, even though a bag-marked coin can be considered to be uncirculated. Next, it depends on where the roll came from, official US Mint rolls (the rolls will say US Mint on them) will have a higher premium than third-party rolls will. However, values are very modest. Millions of these coins were made and collector demand is minimal to say the least. Many banks have several rolls of these uncirculated coins in their vault and will sell them at face value. As a roll I'd add about $2-3 dollars to the face value of the coins for the value.
20 coins or $20 face value.