Q: How much is a stack of 25 nickels worth?

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25 dimes x 10 cents per dime = $2.50

It is $1.15. 4 nickels = .20 1 quarter = .25 7 dimes = .70

The value of 25 rolls of nickels would be $250. Since there are 40 nickels in each roll, and a nickel is worth 5 cents, you multiply 25 by 40 and then by 5 to get $250.

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

25 +25 +25 +5+5 =85 cents

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25 dimes x 10 cents per dime = $2.50

It is $1.15. 4 nickels = .20 1 quarter = .25 7 dimes = .70

1 nickel = 5 cents therefore 25 nickels = $1.25

The value of 25 rolls of nickels would be $250. Since there are 40 nickels in each roll, and a nickel is worth 5 cents, you multiply 25 by 40 and then by 5 to get $250.

It is 48.75 mm (1.92 inches) for US nickel 5-cent coins. US nickels are 1.95 mm thick. For Canadian nickels, the height is 44 mm (1.73 inches). Canadian nickels are only 1.76 mm thick.

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

Buffalo nickels, like modern nickels, are made of 75% copper and 25% nickel, NOT silver. 1935 is a common date, worth a dollar or two in average condition and upwards of $25-30 if uncirculated. A 1935-D is worth a little more.

25 nickels

All U.S nickels, save for war nickels dated 1942-45, contain 75% copper and 25% nickel. As of 14 December 2013, U.S. nickels have a melt value of 4.46 cents.

25 +25 +25 +5+5 =85 cents

One quarter (worth twenty five cents) is equal to five nickels (worth five cents per nickel) since 5 x 5 = 25.