One quarter, 1 dime and 2 pennies
The answer is: one quarter, one dime, one nickle and two pennies. Five coins in all.
At the least 7, 1 dollar, 1 quarter, 1 nickel and 4 pennies.
6 1*50 cents 2*20 cents 1*5 cents 1*2 cents and 1*1 cent. For cents (in a Euro).
The least amount would be 3 coins (half-dollar, dime, nickel) The most would be 65, all pennies.
One note ($5) One quarter (25c) One nickel (5c) Three cents Making a total of 1 note and 5 coins.
The least amount.
Two Dime or 10 cents 10 x 2 = 20
It's worth at least 25 cents in Canada.
6 - 2 quarters, 1 dime, 1 nickel, and 2 pennies, okay 5 if you have a 50-cent piece
The bicentennial quarter is worth 25 cents. This question is asked at least once per week.
The least amount of money to get e-coins is $10. The most amount of money is $75.
All silver coins minted prior to 1963 are at least 90% silver.
In order from least amount of coins to most: 1 dime + 1 penny 2 nickels + 1 penny 1 nickel + 6 pennies 11 pennies
Incorrect: 1 half-dollar, 1 quarter, 2 dimes, 1 nickel, and 4 pennies. Correct: If half dollars are not allowed, 3 quarters, 2 dimes, 4 pennies. 9 coins If they are, 1 half-dollar, 1 quarter, 2 dimes, 4 pennies. 8 coins ---- Fixed by the staff at www.joeswebs.com, making your dream website come alive for the lowest price, guaranteed.
1 Quarter, 2 Dimes, 2 Nickels and 45 Pennies would total to 1 Dollar.
The 1965 Washington quarter was the first copper-nickel issue of this series and almost 2 billion were made, any coin found in circulation is face value. High grade uncirculated coins are only about $1.00 retail.
The answer depends on the constraints of the problem.If you are required to have at least one of each of the named coins: 4 pennies, 2 nickels, 1 dime, and 3 quarters is 99 cents ($0.99).If you just have to pick from these, but not necessarily choose at least one of each: 4 pennies, 0 nickels, 9 dimes, 3 quarters is $1.69
An 1845 Seated Liberty quarter is worth at least $20 and possibly over $300 if it's in uncirculated condition. If this quarter per chance says "Florida" or "Texas" on one side, then it's a State quarter from 2004 and is worth 25 cents.
In the United States there is: 1. The penny, worth one cent. 2. The nickel, worth five cents. 3. The dime, worth ten cents. 4. The quarter - in various styles reflecting the various states, worth 25 cents. 5. The half dollar, worth fifty cents. 6. The Eisenhower dollar, worth 100 cents. 7. The Susan B. Anthony dollar, worth 100 cents. 8. The Sacajawea dollar, worth 100 cents. Of course, the above are only such coins as are currently in use to at least a minor degree. There are hundreds of other types, from double eagle gold pieces (worth 120,000 cents todays prices), to millicents (worth 1/10th of a cent).
2 Quarters, 4 dimes, 4 nickles, and 4 pennies. You will always end up with change you brought with you. The least amount of change you will leave the store with that you brought is, 3 nickles and that's ONLY if your total has 99 as the cents.
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It's worth at least 25 cents. For a more specific answer, ask again, but include the date, mint mark, and condition.