Toonies & loonies, Bucks and dollars, pennies, dimes, nickles and quarters
Canadian dollars. One dollar coins are called "Loonies" and two dollar coins are calle "Toonies".
a toonie is a $2 canadian coin so 1,000,000/2 is 500,000 toonies
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500000 of them.
The answer is 200 dimes. Your Welcome.
Canada currency is the Canadian dollar. One US dollar would equal 1. 09185 in Canadian dollars. Coins are loonies and toonies.
a toonie is a $2 canadian coin so 1,000,000/2 = 500,000 toonies
500,000 because 500,000 multiplied by 2 equals 1 million By Math Genius
Money! Toonies & loonies, Bucks and dollars, pennies, dimes, nickles and quarters also there is moolah also known as bread/ funny money (from Canadian Tire), dough, cash, Get the idea? Pretty well all the same as the U.S.A.
500,000 nickels By Anonymus 1
There are $50 in a roll of toonies which is 25 coins.
Canadians dollars. One dollar coins are called 'Loonies', and two dollar coins are called 'Toonies'. Canadian dollar are very close to the American dollar, I believe. Also...I'm sorry but, it would be 'their' not 'there'.
20 dimes are in 12 toonies.
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Each toonie is 1.8mm thick. There are 25 toonies per roll so that's 1.8mm x 25 = 4.5cm long. Converted to inches that's 1.77 inches, just shy of 2 inches. This doesn't take into account the paper folded at each end to hold the toonies in. So likely, if rolled correctly, the toonies would be about 2".
25 to = 50 dollars
Ten of them.