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A dime, a nickel, and a penny (10 cents plus 5 cents plus 1 cent = 16 cents)

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Q: Can you make 16 cents out of three coins?

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15 pennies 1 dime

Many countries use cents in their currency and the answer will depend on which currency you are talking about. That will determine the denominations of coins that are available. In the US, the simplest is 3 quarters, 1 dime, 1 nickel, and 2 pennies (7 coins) or 9 dimes and 2 pennies (11 coins). If you have 20-cent coins, 4 of those, 1 10-cent, and 2 cents (pence).

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You can do 8 dimes and 7 pennies, 87 pennies, 17 nickles and 2 pennies, 16 nickles and 7 pennies, or 3 quaters, 2 nickles, and 2 pennies.

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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

It depends upon the currency:You cannot make 17 (US) cents ($0.17) - the closest you can make is 16 cents with a dime, nickel, and a penny;You can make 17 (Euro) cents (0.17â‚¬) by using one each of 10, 5 and 2 cent coins;You can make 17p (Â£0.17) by using one each of 10p, 5p and 2p coins.

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There are 6 ways using normal U.S coins, but their is probally a different amount using foreign coins....... :-)

I am asuming you mean $1. You would have one quater (25 cents) and fifteen nickels (75 cents). If you're not talking about US currency, then I can't help you.Hope this helps!

Many countries use cents in their currency and the answer will depend on which currency you are talking about. That will determine the denominations of coins that are available. In the US, the simplest is 3 quarters, 1 dime, 1 nickel, and 2 pennies (7 coins) or 9 dimes and 2 pennies (11 coins). If you have 20-cent coins, 4 of those, 1 10-cent, and 2 cents (pence).

13 nickels, 1 half-dollar, 1 quarter, and 1 dime. 13 x 5=65 cents, 65 cents + 50 cents + 25 cents + 10 cents = 1.50 dollars using only 16 coins.Hope I helped :-)

Nickels weigh 5 grams each. Current-date cents weigh 2.5 grams each. You can take it from there.

You have to convert everything to cents:A dollar is 100 cents so 8/10 of a dollar is 80 cents (0.8 * 100)A nickel is 5 centsThen 80 cents divided by 5 cents = 16 coins

Armstrong Circle Theatre - 1950 Three Cents Worth of Fear 7-16 was released on: USA: 28 May 1957