Q: What 7 coins mack up 25 cents?

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You can make 60 cents using the following coins: 3 quarters (25 cents each) 1 dime (10 cents) 1 nickel (5 cents) 1 penny (1 cent)Altogether these 4 coins add up to 60 cents.

Simple... 25+10+10+5+1+1 = 52 cents !

Two dimes, a nickel, and 10 pennies. A good question is how do you figure that out. I started out eliminating the coins that could not be included. If one coin was a quarter, the other 12 had to add up to 10 cents. That can't happen so there can't be any quarters in the answer. Then I knew that the number of pennies had to be 0, 5, or 10 since there is no way for the remaining dimes and nickels to to add up to 35 cents if there were another number of pennies. If you had 5 pennies, then 8 coins would have to add up to 30 cents. Even using all nickels would only use up 6 coins so there had to be more pennies. I then went to 10 pennies and that left 3 coins to get to 25 cents. That's where I came up with 2 dimes, 1 nickel, and 10 pennies.

A quarter and a dime

Three coins add up to 40 cents: a quarter, a dime, and a nickel.

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How do you make up 25 cents worth 7

You can make 60 cents using the following coins: 3 quarters (25 cents each) 1 dime (10 cents) 1 nickel (5 cents) 1 penny (1 cent)Altogether these 4 coins add up to 60 cents.

25 x 2 cent coins = 50 cents. What dude who answered question up there -------^ WTF?? theres no such thing as a 2 cent coin!! unless you know something i dont yeah

6-19-11>>> So common most are worth 3 cents up to a dime for circulated coins with uncirculated coins at 25 to 50 cents

Simple... 25+10+10+5+1+1 = 52 cents !

a Dime. 10 cents

Average coins run about 25 cents to $1.00 but an uncirculated coin is $70.00 on up depending on grade

Two dimes, a nickel, and 10 pennies. A good question is how do you figure that out. I started out eliminating the coins that could not be included. If one coin was a quarter, the other 12 had to add up to 10 cents. That can't happen so there can't be any quarters in the answer. Then I knew that the number of pennies had to be 0, 5, or 10 since there is no way for the remaining dimes and nickels to to add up to 35 cents if there were another number of pennies. If you had 5 pennies, then 8 coins would have to add up to 30 cents. Even using all nickels would only use up 6 coins so there had to be more pennies. I then went to 10 pennies and that left 3 coins to get to 25 cents. That's where I came up with 2 dimes, 1 nickel, and 10 pennies.

A quarter and a dime

3 quarters & 2 nickels

Three coins add up to 40 cents: a quarter, a dime, and a nickel.

So common most are worth 3 cents up to a dime for circulated coins with uncirculated coins at 50 to 75 cents