Q: How many coins add up to 95 cents?

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One way for 16 Australian coins to equal 95 cents is as follows: * 13 5c coins and 3 10c coins 13 x 5 = 65 3 x 10 = 30 30 + 65 = 95 cents

3 quarters, 1 dime, 1 nickel, and 5 pennies.

1 dime 3 quarters 1 nickel 5 pennies

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4.95

One way for 16 Australian coins to equal 95 cents is as follows: * 13 5c coins and 3 10c coins 13 x 5 = 65 3 x 10 = 30 30 + 65 = 95 cents

Three quarters = 75 cents plus 2 dimes to make it 95 cents.

The last year of the 95% copper cents was 1982. Midway through 1982 the US mint replaced the 95% copper coins with copper plated zinc cents, so there are some 1982 cents that are copper, others are zinc. However, all Lincoln cents prior to 1982 are 95% copper, and all circulation Lincoln cents dated 1983 and later are copper plated zinc.

3 quarters, 1 dime, and 2 nickels

A 50 cent piece, a quarter, and two dimes.

in 2 dollars and 95 cents there is 295 cents because every dollar is 100 cents

One 50 cent piece, 3 dimes, 15 pennies

95 cents is 0.95

Wheat cents 1909-1958 are actually Bronze which is mostly copper(95%)with a little Zinc and Tin mixed in except in 1943 when the coins were struck on steel planchets coated with Zinc. From 1959-1982 Lincoln cents were 95% Copper and 5% Zinc

The US has always used copper in most of its coins. Silver and gold coins had at least 10% copper in them to make the alloy hard enough to resist wear. Large cents were made of pure copper, and bronze cents were 95% copper. Even the lowly "nickel" is actually 3/4 copper.

3 quarters, 1 dime, 1 nickel, and 5 pennies.