How can you make $25.45 using the least number of bills and coins?
Our currency is Dollars (bills) and Cents (coins)
One way to make 23 dollars with 5 bills and 3 coins is as follows: * 4 $5 bills * 1 $1 bill * 1 $1 coin (there are many $1 coins to choose from in the US) * 2 $0.50 coins (there is only one type of half-dollar coin in the US) 4 * $5 + 1 * $1 + 1 * $1 + 2 * $0.50 = $23 4 bills + 1 bill = 5 bills 1 coin + 2 coins = 3 coins
??? The US has NEVER formally removed any coins or bills from circulation except those backed by gold. You should be able to find oceans of pre-2001 coins in circulation, and a significant number of bills as well.
in coins its 80 pounds and in bills its not even a pound 15mg (miligrams)
"Euro's" are the currency, like dollars. The have bills and coins, it is simply the name of the currency.
72 quarters is 18 dollars.
yes they are on the penny and alot of other coins. also dollars bills woot woot
4 dollars 4 dimes and a nickel
Our paper money has always been called bills or dollars. The one and two dollar bills have been replaced by coins. The one dollar coin became known as the loonie as the coin is engraved with a loon. When the two dollars coins were circulated they became known as the toonie.
They use the Australian Dollar in Australia. They have coins for 5, 10, 20, 50 cents and also 1 and 2 dollar coins. Then of course they have the bills like US dollars for 5, 20, 50 and 100 dollars.
It depends on whether if it's in coins or bills. $1 bills weigh 1 gm each so 32000 of them would weigh 32 kg. Modern $1 coins weigh 8.1 gm, so that would be 259.2 kg.
No. Canada has dollar coins instead of bills.
Paper bills are made of cotton and linen fibers Dollar coins are made of manganese brass bonded to a copper core.
Trick question: the answer is none, because the US Mint doesn't print $10 bills. The US Mint makes coins.
10 + 5 + 2 + 1 + 1 + 0.50 + 0.25 + 0.25 Yes, there are $2 bills. They're kind of rare but you can still sometimes get them from a bank.
America uses dollars , 1. 5. 10. 20. 50. 100. Thawed are all of the bills plus the coins .01 .05 .10 .25 .50
Three. 1x $10, 1x $1 and 1x 50c
Unlike Americans, Canadians carry coins for our -2 dollars (Toonie) -1 dollar (Loonie) -25 cents (Quarter) These are all coins. In other words, I have no clue is you guys have -Dimes (10 cents) -Nickle (5 cents) Our bills, well only diff is, Our bills are the colors red, blue, green, and brown. And We don't have one dollar bills or two dollar bills. I hope I helped. :)
Euros. There are both bills and coins.
Many countries use dollars as their currency but their coinage is not the same. It is therefore not possible to answer the question in terms of the composition of coinage. Besides, 33.99 dollars is 33.99 dollars, whether it is in 15 counts or 501! The value does not depend on the number of coins used!
Roughly, €1 = $1.57. See www.xe.com for exchange rates. However U.S. banks will pay far less to exchange coins vs. exchanging bills, if they will do it at all. Your best bet would be to find someone who is travelling to the EU and sell them the coins for use when they arrive.