Q: If I have 15 coins totaling 90 cents what coins do I have?

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90 cents

9 dollars and 89.85 cents = 9 dollars 90 cents.

90 cents

If it is a collection of 50 cent coins, it could be worth a lot, or not that much. It depends on the dates of the coins and the condition. 50 cent coins from before 1965 are worth more because they are 90% silver.

90 cents = 44.68 rupee

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Well, isn't that just a happy little question! If you have 9 dimes, that's like having 90 cents in coins. Dimes are worth 10 cents each, so when you have 9 of them, you can count on having 90 cents to brighten your day.

90 cents

You have provided insufficient information to answer the question. You would need to tell either (i) the total number of coins or (ii) the exact total value.

A nickel is 5 cents so there are 20 in a dollar (100/5 = 20). Then $90 = 90*20 = 1800 coins.

What is this your homework? .90/6= .15 per oz

9 dollars and 89.85 cents = 9 dollars 90 cents.

$1 = 100 cents → 90 cents/$2.70 = 90 cents/(2.70 × 100 cents) = 90 cents/270 cents = 90/270 = 1/3

You are buying house numbers. They cost 30 cents each.

90 cents

one fifty-cent piece one quarter one dime one nickel

If it is a collection of 50 cent coins, it could be worth a lot, or not that much. It depends on the dates of the coins and the condition. 50 cent coins from before 1965 are worth more because they are 90% silver.

90 cents = 44.68 rupee