10 cents, but it also makes two shiny coins. Two nickels make up the value of a dime.
1 nickel = 5c 1 dime = 10c If 75c were all nickels then there would be 15 nickels. 2 nickels can then be changed for 1 dime and this can be done 7 times so that the final make up is 1 nickel and 7 dimes. There are thus 8 ways of producing 75c using just nickels and dimes.
Each dollar is worth 100 cents; each nickel is worth five cents; each dime is worth 10 cents. You can put together any combination of nickels and dimes you like to make up one dollar.
1 dime and 3 nickels
Seven combinations that I can come up with: two dimes a nickel and three pennies all pennies two dimes and eight pennies a quarter and three pennies five nickels and three pennies three nickels one dime and three pennies two nickels one dime and eight pennies
two quarters, two dimes and a nickel: One half dollar, and one dime and two nickels
yes if the workers screwed up enough to make a dime/penny
I am assuming this means what different combinations of coins would add up to 17 cents. You could have one dime, one nickel and 2 pennies, 1 dime, 7 pennies 3 nickels, 2 pennies 2 nickels, 7 pennies 1 nickel, 12 pennies 17 pennies
Always finding nickels means that you need to lighten up a little. By lightening up you will have more. For instance, the dime: half the weight but twice the value. NUM3ER5... they're amazing!
The minimum number of quarters, pennies, and nickels needed to make up 123 cents is 4 quarters, 4 nickels, and 3 pennies.
If you don't have to use them all up, 36 people could get one dime apiece or 30 people could get 1 nickel and 1 dime. If you have to use them all up, 6 people could get 5 nickels and 6 dimes apiece. It's the GCF.
A nickel is worth 5 cents. A dollar is worth 100 cents. 100/5=20. Twenty nickels make up a dollar.Twenty nickels make a dollar.20
Either 30 nickels or 6 quarters or a lot of combinations of the two.
There must be at least one nickel, to account for the 5 cents of the 75 cents. So, one solution would be 1 nickel and 277 dimes. This would be (277 x 0.10) + 0.05 = 27.70 + 0.05 = 27.75 Another solution would be 1 dime and 553 nickels. This would be (553 x 0.05) + 0.10 = 27.65 + 0.10 = 27.75 You will have an odd number of nickels in an solution. Possible solutions include 1 nickel & 277 dimes 3 nickels & 276 dimes 5 nickels & 275 dimes 7 nickels & 274 dimes 9 nickels & 273 dimes up to 553 nickels and 1 dime
If by 500 you mean 500 cents then : 50 dimes or 100 nickels or 20 quarters. If you mean 500 dollars then: 5,000 dimes or 10,000 nickels or 2,000 quarters.
There are 10 ways.
3 quarters 1 dime and a nickel.
$100 can be made up without any nickels at all. If there were some peculiar reason that you wanted to pay someone $100 all in the form of nickels, then you would need to give him 2,000 of them in order to settle the debt.
A nickel is worth 5 cents. A dollar is worth 100 cents. 100/5=20. Twenty nickels make up a dollar.20
A dime is 10 cents so 1000 dimes is 10,000 cents or $100. A nickel is 5 cents so 1000 of them is 5,000 cents of $50. Therefore the total is $150. Another way to compute the answer is to pair up each dime and nickel to make 15 cents. Because there are 1000 of each coin you would have 1000 nickel/dime pairs, or 15,000 cents which is the same as $150.
A ten cent coin is a dime. And ten of them make a Dollar.