1500 of them.
The answer to the question: "How many nickels in five dollars." is 100 nickels. This is because there are 20 nickels in a dollar so 20x5=100
Twenty nickels = a dollar, forty nickels = two dollars, eleven nickels = fifty-five cents, so your total is two dollars fifty-five cents.
There are 40 nickels in 2 dollars.
there are 60 nickels in three dollars
2500 nickels into dollars is 125 dollars. This is because the ratio of nickels to dollars is 1:0.05. So 2500 nickels would equal to 125 dollars.
90 dollars. There are 20 nickels in a dollar so 1800 nickels = 1800/20 dollars
One U.S. Dollar is equal to one hundred cents, and one U.S. nickel is worth five cents. Therefore there are twenty nickels in a dollar, or forty nickels in two dollars. 20 nickels = 1 dollar 40 nickels = 2 dollars.
Two dollars contains 40 nickels.
A hundred thousand. $5000/$0.05 = 100,000 coins.
The answer is 1500 nickels.
40 nickels into dollars is 2 dollars. This is because the ratio of nickels to dollars is 1:0.05. So 40 multiply by 0.05 = to 2 dollars
180 nickels into dollars is 9 dollars. This is because the ratio of nickels to dollars is 1:0.05. So 180 multiply by 0.05 = to 9 dollars.
500 dollars = 10,000 nickels
20,000 nickels = $1,000.
400 nickels in $20
There are 100 nickels in 5 dollars.
Twenty quarters will make five dollars. Fifty dimes will make five dollars. Five hundred pennies will make five dollars. Twenty dimes and twelve quarters will make five dollars. Of course, there are millions of combinations that you could use with US coins, excluding nickels, to make five dollars.
Since there are 20 nickels per dollar, there are 80 in 4 dollars.
1 nickel = 0.05 dollars 2.75/.05 = 55 nickels