It depends on which country's currency the question is about.
Assuming that you are only using current US coins (5, 10, 25 and 50 cents), the answer is 21. NickelsDimesQuartersHalves1500013100112009300740055003600170010010811062104310241005105020312012205001310112010011
i don't know maybe they hate silver. lol
The value of silver rose so the US had to use other metals to make coins. If our coins were still made of silver dimes would be worth $2 and quarters would be worth $5.
Silver is a precious metal, and just like gold, it's going to be expensive so they stoped using it because they realized that people could melt the coins down and have a ton of money in silver.
There are 6 ways using normal U.S coins, but their is probally a different amount using foreign coins....... :-)
Today different colors are used to make it easier to identify coins that are similar in size but with different denominations. That practice is inherited from a time when coins had to be made of metal that was worth roughly the same as its denomination. For example, a US dollar contained about $1 worth of silver, a British pound contained about £1 worth of silver, etc. Copper was used for low-denomination coins because it's inexpensive, silver was used for intermediate-denomination coins, and gold was used for high-denomination coins. Today many countries imitate that pattern by using copper or copper-plating for low-value coins, silver-colored alloys for middle denominations, and gold-colored alloys for high-value coins.
There are 47 ways using 5p, 10p, 20p and 50p.
The last silver coins in Canada in 1967. Since then other metals have been used to make Canadian coins.
The Romans used bronze, silver and gold to make their coins.
Germany had silver 5 DM circulation coins until 1975.
Mexico makes silver and gold Peso's
There are 47 ways.
Depends on what type of coins we are looking at.Coins have been minted with weights ranging anywhere from 1/20th (or less!) of an ounce of silver to 5 ounces + of silver.
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How can you make $25.45 using the least number of bills and coins?
3 quarters 1 dime 1 nickel
The answer depends on the country whose coinage you refer to. Different countries have coins of different values.
Yes it did and continues to do so.
Using standard American coins (1, 5, 10, 25 cents), the fewest number of coins to make $0.13 would be four -- one dime and three pennies. This number would be different in countries that use different denomination coins, such as the 2-cent piece.
Yes, but none of the coins were made for general circulation. Silver Proof quarters sets and Silver Proof 10-piece sets were sold by the Mint, also the American Silver Eagle bullion coins were minted in 2006.
By using silver paint!
No, the closest you can get is 40p using 2 x 20p coins.