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60 of them.

60 nickels amount to $3.

sixty 60 x 0.05 = 3

sixty 60 x 0.05 = 3

One hundred fifty thousand dollars.

1 nickel = 0.05 dollars -> 3 / 0.05 = 60 nickels

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3,000,000×0.05=150,000

Pennies are approx 2 15/16 inches worth 50 cents Nickels are approx 2 15/16 inches worth 2 dollars Quarters are approx 2 3/4 inches worth 10 dollars Dimes are approx 2 1/2 inches worth 5 dollars

Many are worth 5 cents, some are worth a few bucks, some are worth thousands of dollars. Nickels (NOT "nickles", btw) have been struck for about 150 years at 3 different mints so there are loads of different ones to choose from. You have to know the dates and mint marks that are valuable. As a rule of thumb anything from the 1950s to today is worth 5 cents unless it's uncirculated. WW2 nickels with a large mint mark on the back are worth about $1 because they had some silver in them (ONLY 1942-45 nickels ever had ANY silver) Buffalo nickels can be worth a quarter to hundreds of dollars, again depending on date and mint mark.

I believe that there aren't any nickels worth 1 million dollars now, that I know of. They will probably make one in the future but now there aren't any nickels worth 1 million dollars now. Also, when you asked if there is a nickel worth a million dollars, remember the worth of a nickel which is only 5 cents.CorrectionMost common circulation nickels are only worth 5 cents but there are older and rarer collectibles that are worth more, in some cases A LOT more. And in fact, there are five nickels that are each worth well over $1 million. These are the famous 1913 Liberty Head nickels that were struck clandestinely by Mint employees using dies that had been prepared for 1913, before the decision to mint Indian head nickels starting that year. The finest known of these coins once sold at auction for over $3 million.

In general, a US nickel has to be minted in 1945 or earlier to have any extra value but there are a lot of exceptions. The most important dates to know are:1950-D nickels are moderately scarce and worth several dollars in average condition."War nickels" 1942-1945 with a large mint mark over Monticello are worth at least $1 because they contain a small amount of silver.Common-date buffalo nickels are worth at least $1 but that can go up for coins in better condition.Older-date buffalo nickels can be worth a couple of dollars or moreCommon-date Liberty nickels are worth at least $3; older ones can be (but not necessarily are) worth more.All shield nickels are worth significant premiums.

$150,000. A nickel is worth 5 cents ($0.05) so multiply 0.05 * 3000000.

3 feet's worth of nickels. Waste your own time doing that.

There are almost no rare nickels still in circulation. If you're lucky you might find some at an estate sale or if someone accidentally spends one. General things to know are:Most nickels minted since 1946 have little or no added value; the same is true for 1940 and 1941.1950-D nickels are moderately scarce and worth several dollars in average condition."War nickels" 1942-1945 with a large mint mark over Monticello are worth at least $1 because they contain a small amount of silver.Common-date buffalo nickels are worth at least $1 but that can go up for coins in better condition.Older-date buffalo nickels can be worth a couple of dollars or moreCommon-date Liberty nickels are worth at least $3; older ones can be (but not necessarily are) worth more.

These are very common coins. They were made by the millions. You might get 3-4 dollars for your coins.

3 dimes is 30 cents and 5 nickels is 25 cents so 3 dimes is worth more.

Ten (10) nickels and Three (3) quarters.

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A nickel is worth 5 cents, so 3 nickels are worth 3*5 = 15 cents. Add the 3 remaining cents to get a total of 18 cents.

12 quarters. 20 dimes= 2 dollars, and 20 nickels= 1 dollar. 3 dollars, multiplied by 4 because of the quarters, is 12 quarters

The face value of 3,000 nickels would be 3000/20 = $150.

Your question should really be "How many nickels are 3 dimes worth?". A nickel is 5 cents and 3 dimes are 30 cents, which is the same as 6 nickels (30 / 6) As stated, a nickel can't "fit into" a dime because a dime is smaller than a nickel :)

3 qurarter and 9 nickels = dimes