The total 60 cents can be made with 1 quarter, 3 dimes, and 1 nickel (25+30+5).
There is no US coin with a value equal to 60 cents.
It is impossible to answer the question without knowing the values of the coins. For example, the UK has 20 pence but not 25p whereas the US has 25 cents but not 20c.
How about 6 dimes?
With US coins, a half-dollar and two nickels, or two quarters and a dime. If you have 20-cent coins, 3 of those, or the 50 cent and two 5 cent coins.
Sorry, 3 for a dime is 0.10/3 = 10/300 = .033 cents each; A dozen and a half is 18; 18 x .033 = 60 cents
one way to make 60 ce nts is to have 2 pieces -$0.25 a nd 1 piece $0.10
30 dollars. 60 fifty cent coins equals 30 dollars
As of 12/2008 a set of P-D-S steel cents in MS-60 condition retails for about $6. However make sure the coins are not "reprocessed" by replating with zinc to make them appear to be new. If they're replated they're only worth a few cents each.
This is a simple math problem. You only need to figure out how many ten-cents are in two dollars. Since there are 10 ten-cents in one dollar, that makes 20 of them in two dollars (10 times 2). So if you get 3 copies for every ten-cents and there are 20 ten-cents in 2 dollars, you just multiply 3 times 20 to get 60 copies.
60 cents/1 dollar = 60 cents/100 cents = 60/100 = 3/5
One way would be to use 6 dimes, 4 nickels, and 20 pennies. This would be 60 cents plus 20 cents plus 20 cents = $1.00. Another way would be to use 2 dimes, 13 nickels, and 15 pennies. This would be 20 cents plus 65 cents plus 15 cents = $1.00.
2 quarters and a dime, or a half-dollar and 2 nickels.
The combination of coins Della has is logically impossible. The story states that Della has $1.87 and that 60 cents of it was in pennies. Subtracting 60 cents from $1.87 leaves $1.27. Since only other coins are nickels, dimes, quarters, half-dollars and dollars and since there are only 60 pennies, the remaining $1.27 must be made up of the other coins. There is no combination of nickels, dimes, quarters, half-dollars and dollars that equals $1.27.
60 cents is 0.60
60 cents and 1 4th
10,000 x 60 (60 mins in an hour) = 600,000
Either 2 quarters 2 pennies or 2 quarters, a penny and a nickel.
It depends on what unit of currency the fractions refer to. 3/5 of a dollar is 60 cents. 5/10 of a dollar is 50 cents. 60 + 50 = $1.10