Fifteen pennies, ten pennies and a nickel, five pennies and two nickels, five pennies and a dime, three nickels, one nickels and a dime
1 dime and 5 pennies
20 cents is twenty pennies.
15 pennies = 15 cents 10 nickels = 10*5 cents = 50 cents The ratio is thus 15:50, or in lowest terms 3:10. Expressed as a fraction, that's 3/10; as a percent it's 30%.
Pennies and cents are the same, so 50 cents = 50 pennies
Live in the Eurozone, for example. They have cents but do not have pennies.
100 pennies = one dollar 77000 pennies = $770 and no cents
Twenty pennies Fifteen pennies, one nickel Ten pennies, two nickels Ten pennies, one dime Four nickles Three nickels, five pennies Two nickles, one dime Two dimes One dime, one nickel, five pennies
13 combinationsOne Quarter.Twenty Five Pennies.Five Nickels.One Dime, three Nickels.One Nickel, two Dimes.One Nickel, twenty Pennies.One Dime, fifteen Pennies.Two Nickels, fifteen Pennies.Two Dimes, five Pennies.One Dime, two Nickels, five Pennies.Four Nickels, five Pennies.One Nickel, one Dime, ten Pennies.Three Nickels, ten pennies
10 cents (or pennies) is 10% of a dollar which is 100 cents.
2 pennies = 2 cents or in other words 2 pennies!!!!
It does not. It equals only 13 cents. 1 dime = 10 cents or pennies so total 13 cents.
Forty percent of one penny (.40 cents) is not spendable; $0.40 is forty cents, or forty pennies.
3 bags will get 4 pennies and 1 bag will get 3 pennies.
100,000 cents or pennies
50 pennies because it says on the roll 50 cents
25 pennies. Or 25 cents.
90 cents. or 90 pennies
If you mean pennies as cents, then it is $1000.00 or £1000.00 if you mean pennies from pounds.
5 cents (or 5 pennies)
In the early 1940s, the United States mint produced silver pennies because copper was needed for the war effort. These pennies are actually steel coated with zinc. They are worth about fifteen cents if they have been in circulation.
Simple answer...100 Pennies (cents) = 1 Dollar.