There were 30,106,000 2008 Australian One Dollar coins minted for general circulation.
The Royal Australian Mint advises that from 1984 to 2009, approximately 754.246 million Australian One Dollar coins have been minted for general circulation.
100 cents = 1 Australian dollar
Australian coins currently in circulation include -5 cent10 cent20 cent50 cent1 Dollar2 Dollar
There are 100 cents in the Australian Dollar. That can constitute - 20 x 5 cent coins. 10 x 10 cent coins. 5 x 20 cent coins. 2 x 50 cent coins. 1 x 1 Dollar coin. The 1 and 2 cent coins are no longer in circulation.
Queen Elizabeth II is on the obverse of all Australian coins from 1953 to present. There are five kangaroos on the reverse of non-commemorative One Dollar coins. The Australian One Dollar coin is frequently used as a commemorative and many different designs are used on the reverse.
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.
10 dimes make one dollar.
The answer will depend on which country's dollar: there are many countries that use the dollar as a currency and they have different coinage.
There have been many Australian $200 gold coins issued since 1980. A year would help.