Q: How do you make a dollar out of 15 coins?

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Five dimes and ten nickels.

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(1) $0.50 (2) $0.10 (3) $0.05 (15) $0.01

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Well, isn't that a happy little question! If we take a moment to think about it, we can see that 4 quarters make a dollar, and adding 21 more pennies will also make a dollar. So, 4 quarters and 21 pennies together make 25 coins that add up to a dollar. Just remember, there are many ways to make a dollar with coins, so feel free to explore and create your own combinations!

Sure there is probably more than one way to make a dollar with 50 coins, but my solution is... 15 nickels and 35 pennies equals a dollar. 15 x .05 = .65 35 x .01 = .35 15+35=50 .65+.35=1.00

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3 quarters 3 nickels and 10 pennies 25X3=75 5X3=15 1X10=10 75+15+10=100

2 quarters, 6 nickels and 20 pennies make a dollar. Also, 8 dimes and 20 pennies make a dollar. Also, 4 dimes, 9 nickels and 15 pennies make a dollar. Also, 18 nickels and 10 pennies make a dollar. Also, 3 quarter and 25 pennies make a dollar.