Q: How many different ways can you make 32 cents in US coins?

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5 coins and 5 coins

The answer depends on the currency. The choice of coins for US cents is different to that for Euro cents, so the answer will be different.The answer depends on the currency. The choice of coins for US cents is different to that for Euro cents, so the answer will be different.The answer depends on the currency. The choice of coins for US cents is different to that for Euro cents, so the answer will be different.The answer depends on the currency. The choice of coins for US cents is different to that for Euro cents, so the answer will be different.

I think there are 88 different combinations of coins that can make up 66 cents.

There are 6 ways using normal U.S coins, but their is probally a different amount using foreign coins....... :-)

Assuming that you are only using current US coins (5, 10, 25 and 50 cents), the answer is 21. NickelsDimesQuartersHalves1500013100112009300740055003600170010010811062104310241005105020312012205001310112010011

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11

12 how come

99

5 of 10 Cents = $0.50 1 of 50 Cents = $0.50 6 total = $1.00

A lot

51

how different ways can you make 50 cents in change

28(10 cents) will make $2.80

500 ten cent coins make $5.

65/5= 13 nickels

10 dimes make one dollar.

600 dollar

This question cannot be answered because many countries use cents as a unit of currency and these countries have different coins. Without knowing which coinage system you refer to, there can be no proper answer.

to make 21 cents there are many ways 21 pennies 2 two dims and 1 penny 3 4 nickels and 1 penny 4 1 dim 2 nickels and 1 penny

The answer will depend on whose currency the question is about. A number of countries use cents in their currency and they have different coins. For example, the Eurozone countries have a 20 cent coin but not 25 whereas the US has 25 but not 20.

No wheat cents were struck in San Francisco during 1922.

5 ways

The answer is 20. 20 x .5 = 1

There are several countries that use cents as a minor currency unit and they use different coinage. It is, therefore, not possible to answer the question without knowing which country it refers to.