Each coin is a half-dollar. If you have five coins that equal 50 cents, then you have five half-dollars. Each half-dollar equals 50 cents.
dime - 2 nickel - 8 penny - 40
40 pennies, 8 nickels, 2 dimes
44 half dollar coins equals 22 dollars face value (value of the coins may be worth more than 50 cents each).
2 quarters 5 dimes 10 nickels 50 pennies
One quarter and fifteen nickels equal a dollar.
the answer is 2 dimes, 8 nickels and 40 pennies
55 = 5 + 50 nickel and half dollar
Not in the US.
Two quarters,four dimes and two nickels equal a dollar.
No, 50 pennies is 50 cents. That is half of a dollar.
Two x Five Dollar notes would equal Ten Dollars.Five x Two Dollar coins would also equal Ten Dollars.
Ten dimes equals one dollar.
The largest number of coins to equal a dollar is 100 pennies.
7 dimes 1 quarter and 1 nickel equal one dollar.
No possilble way
Three half-dollars (three 50-cent coins). In US coins, a dollar and two quarters (dollar coins are not well-circulated).
Since the smallest of these currency values (the nickel) is equal to 5 cents, the number of five cent coins that go into a dollar is equal to 20. It is impossible to have a combination of 35 nickels and dimes whose sum is exactly equal to a dollar.
-- If the coins are dollar coins, all it takes is one of them. -- If the coins are pennies, it takes 100 of them. -- So a dollar can't be less than 1 or more than 100 coins.
50 pennies = 1/2 dollar 50 pennies = 0.5 dollar
No, they are not equal.
One each of the 5, 10, 20 and 50 cent, 1 Dollar and 2 Dollar coins = 50.95 grams. Australian coins have the following weights - 1 cent - 2.59 grams 2 cent - 5.18 grams 5 cent - 2.83 grams 10 cent - 5.66 grams 20 cent - 11.31 grams 50 cent - 15.55 grams 1 Dollar - 9 grams 2 Dollar - 6.6 grams The 1 and 2 cent coins are still legal tender.
50 cents is 1/2 of a dollar (100 cents)
20 5 cent coins 20x5=100=1 dollar