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Q: How many nickels in one hundred dollars?

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One hundred fifty thousand dollars.

A nickel is 5 cents. A dollar is 100 cents so it's the same as 100 / 5 = 20 nickels. Finally, one hundred dollars is equal to 100 * 20 = 2000 nickels.

20 nickels in one dollar. 20 million nickels in one million dollars.

One dollar is 20 nickels (100 cents / 5 cents). Then 1000 dollars is 1000 * 20 = 20,000 nickels.

If that's 50,000 dollars, that's one million nickels.

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One U.S. Dollar is equal to one hundred cents, and one U.S. nickel is worth five cents. Therefore there are twenty nickels in a dollar, or forty nickels in two dollars. 20 nickels = 1 dollar 40 nickels = 2 dollars.

A nickel is worth 5 cents so there are 20 (100/5) nickels in one dollar. Thus 100 dollars would be 100*20 = 2000 nickels.

Anywhere from two nickels and 199 dimes to 398 nickels and one dime with a few hundred combinations in between.

One hundred fifty thousand dollars.

it is really 2000 nickels i am pretty smart for a fourth grader but that is it have a nice day and don't cheat on your homework

A nickel is 5 cents. A dollar is 100 cents so it's the same as 100 / 5 = 20 nickels. Finally, one hundred dollars is equal to 100 * 20 = 2000 nickels.

20 nickels in one dollar. 20 million nickels in one million dollars.

There are 20 nickels in one dollar. Therefore, one million dollars is equal to 1000000 x 20 = 20000000 nickels.

There are no nickels inside a one hundred dollar bill, nor is there any nickel material in the bill. A one hundred dollar bill has the same monetary value as 2000 nickels.

One dollar is 20 nickels (100 cents / 5 cents). Then 1000 dollars is 1000 * 20 = 20,000 nickels.

One dollar is 20 nickels (100/5) so 50 dollars = 50*20 = 1000 nickels

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