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Q: What 25 coins will make change for a dollar?

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There are no 20c coins.If you are talking about 25c coins then - 20 coins would make $5.If you are talking about 10c coins then - 50 coins would make $5* * * * *There may not be 20 cent coins for the US dollar but there certainly are for the Australian dollar. And 25 of them would make 5.00 dollars.

An example of 8 coins to make $ 1.00 would be: 3 Quarters .75 5 Nickels .25 .75 + .25 = $ 1.00

50, 25, 10, 10, 10, 10, 1, 1, 1, 1. This is the largest total that can't make change for *any* amount.

(25) 2 cent pieces

With 1 50cent coin and two quarters 50+25+25=100

One half dollar (50 cent piece) and two quarter dollars (25 cent each piece)

yes it is, 37 pis equals it

The answer depends on which dollar the question is about. The question cannot be about the US dollar since there are 6 coins is circulation (1, 5, 10, 25, 50 cents and 1 dollar). The question then is which of several countries - Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Hong Long, Singapore, Zimbabwe and a host of Caribbean Island - has only 5 coins. Some have 20 cents but not 25, other have 25 but not 20. No, there is no simple answer.

The answer will depend on which country's dollar, and therefore what he coins are. The US has a 25 cent coin but not a 20 cent coin. Australia is the other way around. There is no indication in the question which one you mean - if either. there are many more countries that use a dollar as their main currency unit.

There are 25 coins in a current roll of US dollars.

15pennies 6nickles 3ddimes 1quarter

Two quarter dollar coins (25 cents each) and five dimes (10 cent each coin) or 3 x 25 cents = 75 cents 3 x 5 cents = 15 cents 1 x 10 cents = 10 cents Total = 100 cents or one dollar.

No, you can't make 25 cents out of 22 coins

The US has four mints that make coins. The US mints make coins in the denominations of 1 cent, 5 cents, 10 cents, 25 cents, 50 cents, and 1 dollar for general US circulation. Half dollars and dollar coins are not often used but they are legal tender and can be used in circulation. The US mint also makes bullion coins made of silver and gold. On top of that they make special coins that commemorate anniversaries of special events. These are just some of the coins that the US mints make.

25.

It is impossible to have 14 coins equal to 25 cents.

25 is the standard number.

The cent or penny is the smallest unit of the US currency. The quarter (quarter dollar) is 25 of these cents. The unit is a coin and is made of a copper alloy. All units of the coins are as follows: # Cent. 1/100 of a dollar. The base coin of the US currency. # Nickel. 5/100 of a dollar. # Dime. 10/100 of a dollar. # Quarter. 25/100 of a dollar. # Half Dollar. 50/100 of a dollar. # Silver Dollar. 100/100 of a dollar. This is a coin as alternate to one dollar bill. These are the coins of the US currency.

The coin called a quarter is called a quarter because its value is a quarter of a dollar (25 cents times 4 equals 100 cents) The quarter denomination is the only one that doesn't fit into a decimal (10-based) coinage system. Most other countries have 20-cent pieces instead of 25, because 1/5 of a dollar follows the pattern of the factors of ten: 1, 2, and 5. But when the US first started minting coins the former colonies were also using a Spanish coin called a "milled dollar". It was large and had no smaller denominations, so to make change it was actually cut into pieces (!). Cutting it into 1/5 would be difficult, so people cut it into halves, quarters, and eighths. To simplify change-making using the new US coins, the Mint decided to make coins worth a quarter of a dollar so they'd match the cut-up pieces of a Spanish milled dollar. By the time the milled dollar was removed from circulation, people had become used to using 25 cent coins instead of 20 cent coins, and the denomination has stayed with us ever since.

2 quarters, 6 nickels and 20 pennies make a dollar. Also, 8 dimes and 20 pennies make a dollar. Also, 4 dimes, 9 nickels and 15 pennies make a dollar. Also, 18 nickels and 10 pennies make a dollar. Also, 3 quarter and 25 pennies make a dollar.

20 pennies = 20 5 nickles = 25 3 dimes = 30 1 quarter = 25 _____________ 29 coins = 100 cents

4x10 + 25 =65c

Yes. OK; I'll give them! 25 + 25 + 25 + 5 + 5 + 5 + 2 + 2 + 2 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 1 = 100