ms lynch has 21 coins in nickels and dimes. their total value is 1.65. how many of each coin does she have
13 nickels 7 dimes
If one-fifth of the coins are dimes two fifteeths are nickles and two-thirds are pennies how much of each coin do you have for a total of one dollars worth of coins.
there r 40 nikels
Most coin dealers buy coins
34 quarters. 6 nickles.
The coins in a cash register amount to $12.50. One coin combination that would produce this total is 40 quarters, 19 dimes, 2 nickels, and 50 pennies. Another combination is 20 quarters, 50 dimes, 45 nickels, and 25 pennies.
Ten (10) nickels and Three (3) quarters.
All the nickels from 1938 to 2011 and some of the 2007 dollar coins.
196/5513, or about .0356=3.56%AssumptionI assume that you are asking what is the probability that the first three coins picked out of the pot are nickels. Obviously the answer would be different if, for example, you are asking what is the probability that if you pick all of the coins out of the pot what is the probability that at some point in picking out coins you will pick three nickels in a row.ExplanationP(three nickels in a row)=P(first coin picked is a nickel)*P(second coin picked is a nickel given that first coin picked is a nickel)*P(third coin picked is a nickel given that first two coins picked are nickels)=(50/150)*(49/149)*(48/148)=196/5513, or about .0356=3.56%
7 quarters 2 dimes 4 nickels
He has jillian.
7 nickels, 4 dimes, 3 quarters
20 dimes and 30 nickles.
"V" nickels, also known as Liberty Head Nickels, were minted for many years and of course each coin placed in circulation can be assigned to a class of "condition". With this in mind I feel you can understand the need of a date of mintage, mint mark if available and the condition of the coin, therefore I would suggest you take your coin/coins to a coin dealer or a collector and ask for an estimate of value.
Canadian coins called nickels have never been made from silver. Up to 1921 Canada minted silver 5¢ coins that were the same size as old American half-dimes but these weren't called nickels. In 1922 Canada changed its 5¢ coin to be the same size as the US nickel, and these coins carry the same name. However unlike the US coin which is actually 75% copper the majority of Canadian nickels have been made of either pure nickel or plated steel.
4 Quarters, and one 50-cent coin.
In addition to some 2007 dollar coins, take a look at all those nickels in your pocket change!
We have never heard of a 10 cent coin called a penny, but at one time there were 1 cent coins called nickels. This happened because the 1 cent coins were made as thick as a nickel.
pure nickel coins will stick to a magnet like canadian nickels also if you have a nickel coin with some other alloy lets say copper and an aluminum coin usually aluminum coins are really much lighter in weight also aluminum coins are extremely light weight
7 nickels, 4 dimes, and 3 quarters.
Nickels are not especially thick as coins go. The Dutch five Guilder coin (before the conversion to Euros) was much thicker (almost as thick as two nickels), even though it wass about the same diameter. At present all coins in Europe above 10cents are thicker than the nickels 1.95 mm The design of the coin )diameter and thickness) is a matter of aesthetics and utility.
Different coins are made of different things. Dimes, quarters, and nickels are made of nickel, and pennies are made of copper and nickel.
1903 is a common date for Liberty Head Nickels. Circulated coins are $2.00-$5.00 retail.
20 dimes = 2.00 20 nickels = 1.00 Total = 3.00