Penny, nickel, dime, quarter, half dollar, dollar.
There are several American coins. They are the penny, nickel, dime, quarter, half dollar and dollar.
A quarter and a nickel. The quarter is the coin that's not a nickel!
From least to greatest: Penny Nickel Dime Quarter Half Dollar Gold and Silver Dollar
You have to use a quarter and a nickel otherwise it's impossible.An Explanation ...This is a common brain teaser. If one coin isn't a nickel, it's the quarter. The other coin is the nickel.
Penny- 2.41 cents Nickel- 11.18 Dime- 5.65 Quarter- 11.14 1$ coin- 18.03 Its absurd considering it cost twice as much to make a penny and a nickel then what they are worth.
In Canada, there are six denominations of coin currently in circulation: the penny, the nickel, the dime, the quarter, the loonie and the toonie.
Definitely need more information than what this is. Is it a quarter? Half? Nickel? Penny? Dime? What condition is it in?
It depends on the currency and the coin. In the US a penny is one cent, a nickel five cents, a dime ten cents, and a quarter twenty five cents.
One coin is a quarter and the other one is a nickel. The quarter is NOT a nickel!
The thickness of the US 25Â¢ coin (quarter) is 1.75 millimeter. The thickness of the US 5Â¢ coin (nickel) is 1.95 millimeter. The nickel is 0.2 millimeter ( 11.43% ) thicker than the quarter.
Only one of the coins is not a nickel. So the coin that is not a nickel will be a quarter, and the other coin will be a nickel.
it depends on which one like nickel:5 cents quarter:25 cents penny:1 cent dime:10 cents
About $20 USD
The one is a quarter and the other one is a nickel
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The 2 coins are a nickel and a quarter with the quarter being the coin that IS NOT a nickel.
The coin has a composition of .880 copper & .120 nickel, so it's a copper-nickel coin.
The coin that is not a penny is a quarter. The other one IS a penny.
Two coins:1- 'One coin is not a nickel' -- that's the quarter.2- The other coin is the nickel.Translation for non-Americans - a quarter is 25 cents, a nickel is 5 cents.--This joke was also featured in an episode of Scrubs where the answer was given "a penny and a 1972 dime with a Roosevelt imperfection, today worth exactly twenty nine cents."
It is a mule.
The British "New Penny" was made from bronze from 1971 to 1992. If you have a New Penny struck on a cupro-nickel blank, you have a curiosity. A reputable coin dealer will be able to confirm your coin as genuine and give a valuation.
A quarter and a nickel. Only one coin can't be a nickel, not both.
There's no such coin. Lincoln is on the penny.