Q: How do you make a dollar using 26 coins?

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2 Quarters, 2 Dimes, 2 Nickels, 20 Pennies

The question cannot be answered because you have failed to identify the country. The smallest coin in Australia is 5 cents and 26 of them would be more than a dollar.

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26% of a dollar is 26 cents

Yes, that means you have 26 coins which is indeed between 20 and 30 coins.

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10x1cent14x5cent2x10centOR15x1cent5x5cent6x10 centOR20x1cent4x5cent1x10cent1x50centThese are the ONLY combinations.

None. There are no coins in a dollar. A dollar is a paper bill.

2 Quarters, 2 Dimes, 2 Nickels, 20 Pennies

The question cannot be answered because you have failed to identify the country. The smallest coin in Australia is 5 cents and 26 of them would be more than a dollar.

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Easy- you have 20 pennies, 2 quarters, 2 dimes, and 2 nickels. That's 26 coins. :) $0.20 + $0.50 + $0.20 + $0.10=$1.00

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If you have 2 quarters, 2 dimes, 2 nickels and 20 pennies, you'll have a buck in 26 coins. 2 x 25 cents = 50 cents 2 x 10 cents = 20 cents 2 x 5 cents = 10 cents 20 x 1 cent = 20 cents ____________________ 26 coins = 100 cents (one dollar)

6-26-11>>> The 1881-S Morgan is very common, circulated coins are $36.00-$40.00.

26% of a dollar is 26 cents

6-26-11>>> Look at the reverse of the coin, it has HALF DOLLAR under the bell. The US did not make any one dollar coins after 1935 until 1971. With a date of 1963 the coin is a Franklin half dollar and is very common, most are only valued for the silver, about $12.00.

1 dime, 2 nickels, 6 pennies