half dollar, quarter, nickel, twenty cent peice ( yes, they do exist)
3 dollar 3 coins
5 of 10 Cents = $0.50 1 of 50 Cents = $0.50 6 total = $1.00
Assuming she is using current US coins, she has 4 pennies, 4 dimes, 1 quarter and 1 half dollar - 10 coins for a total of $1.19. She could, of course, also have any number of dollar coins as well.
20 5 cents coins
5*20 cents (Australian) make a dollar. In US and Canadian coins, a 50 cent piece, a quarter, two dimes, and a nickel also make a dollar.
Not in the US.
5 dimes and 10 nickels make 1 dollar.
10 x 10c coins
Using pennies, nickels, and dimes: 85 pennies 1 nickel 1 dime Total = 87 coins.
half dollar, quarter four dimes
These are 1 dollar coins. If you have 5 of them all in uncirculated condition the total value will a few dollars above face value. If they are 5 coins that were acquired from the bank or change to make the set it is worth 5 dollars.
3 quarters+ 10 pennies+ 3 nickels= 1 dollar
ask someone to swap.
Three half-dollars (three 50-cent coins). In US coins, a dollar and two quarters (dollar coins are not well-circulated).
8- 5cent coins 4- 10cent coins 1 -20cent coin
The U.S. did not make any dollar coins with that date.
You can make a dollar with any sorts of combinations of coins. A dollar is 100 cents. So 4 quarters or 2 $.50 pieces or 10 dimes or 4 nickels +8 dimes.
10 dimes make one dollar.
four dimes equal 40 cents ten nickels equal fifty cents ten pennies equal 10 cents Add the 3 groups of coins for one dollar
2 dollar coins 5 dimes 2 pennies
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.
One half dollar, one quarter, four dimes and four pennies. It equals $1.19. You can not make change for exactly one dollar with those coins