Q: How many coins equal one cent?

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20 = 100 / 5

75 cents can be made from 5 ten-cent coins, 3 five-cent coins, and 10 one-cent coins.

Half of one.

one cent is equal to 48 yards. 100 cents is equal to one acre that means 4,800 yards is one acre.

One way of doing this is with 19 ten-cent coins and 10 one-cent coins.

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20 = 100 / 5

One dollar = 100 cents. That's 20 nickels (5 cent coins) per dollar. 20 x 10 = 200

One dollar = 100 cents. That's 20 nickels (5 cent coins) per dollar. 20 x 10 = 200

one ares is equal to 2.47 cents

There were 35,043,0000 New Zealand one cent coins minted for issue in 1974.

A half dollar and a nickel. One of them isn't a nickel, the other one is.

50

75 cents can be made from 5 ten-cent coins, 3 five-cent coins, and 10 one-cent coins.

That will depend on what currency you mean - different countries have different sized coins. A coin with a diameter of 14 mm has an area of 150 square mm A coin with a diameter of 2 cm has an area of 3.142 cm2

one cent is equals to three kuli 100 cents is equal to one acre one cent is equal to 435.6 Sq.feet

Hmmmm. This is a trick question, huh. The two US coins that total fifty-five cents are a fifty-cent piece and a five-cent piece. The fifty-cent piece is the one that is not a nickel.

No, as of yet there is no official word on the fate of US one cent coins.