Two dollars contains 40 nickels.
Six percent of two hundred ninety thousand dollars on the purchase of a home is $17,760.00
Sixty-six thousand dollars: $66,000.00
Twenty nickels = a dollar, forty nickels = two dollars, eleven nickels = fifty-five cents, so your total is two dollars fifty-five cents.
One U.S. Dollar is equal to one hundred cents, and one U.S. nickel is worth five cents. Therefore there are twenty nickels in a dollar, or forty nickels in two dollars. 20 nickels = 1 dollar 40 nickels = 2 dollars.
Two dollars is equal to 8 quarters, ten nickels is equal to 50 cents or two quarters. Eight plus two equals 10. Another way to find the answer is to think of dollars in terms of nickels. One dollar equals twenty nickels (5 x 20 = 100). So two dollars would equal 40 nickels. Add the ten nickels to the 40 nickels to get 50 nickels. A quarter equals five nickels (5 x 5 = 25). Then devide 50 by 5 to equal 10.
There may not be any, depending on what combination of coins and bills you use to make up the two dollars. But if you want to make it completely out of nothing else but nickels, then you'll need 40 of them.
You will need 40 nickels to make $2
1 nickel = 0.05 dollars 2.75/.05 = 55 nickels