Many countries use cents in their currency and the answer will depend on which currency you are talking about. That will determine the denominations of coins that are available.
In the US, the simplest is 3 quarters, 1 dime, 1 nickel, and 2 pennies (7 coins) or 9 dimes and 2 pennies (11 coins).
If you have 20-cent coins, 4 of those, 1 10-cent, and 2 cents (pence).
With US coins, a half-dollar and two nickels, or two quarters and a dime. If you have 20-cent coins, 3 of those, or the 50 cent and two 5 cent coins.
Two dimes and five pennies make 25 cents -- seven coins in all.
25 cents plus 5 cents = 30 cents. One of these coins is not a nickel.
One half dollar, two nickels, two cents.
The two coins that are 30 cents are a nickel and a quarter.
to make 21 cents there are many ways 21 pennies 2 two dims and 1 penny 3 4 nickels and 1 penny 4 1 dim 2 nickels and 1 penny
Use one dime, two nickels and 6 cents.
One 50-cent coin, two 10-cent coins, and two 1-cent coins.
A dime and two (worthless) token coins makes ten cents!
25 cents two dimes two dimes
20 + 5 + 2 and two 1 cents will make 29 Euro cents.20 + 5 + 2 and two 1 cents will make 29 Euro cents.20 + 5 + 2 and two 1 cents will make 29 Euro cents.20 + 5 + 2 and two 1 cents will make 29 Euro cents.
Two dimes, four nickels
two quarters and three pennies
Two quarters, two nickels, three pennies
A quarter and a nickel. One is not a quarter, the other one is.
a Dime. 10 cents
two ways five pennies or a nickel
Two Dime or 10 cents 10 x 2 = 20
Two quarters, two dimes, two nickels, and one penny.
One 50 cents coin and two dimes
10 cents, but it also makes two shiny coins. Two nickels make up the value of a dime.
The 6 coins that would be equal to 47 cents, would be one quarter, one dime, two nickels, and two pennies. There is no other way to make this with six coins.
A quarter and a nickel. That makes thirty cents, and one of them is not a nickel (the quarter).