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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).

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

10.90 dollars / 10 c = 1090/10 = 109

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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.

You cannot add to 90 per cent to make a smaller percentage.

Prior to 1965, the dime, quarter, half-dollar and dollar coins were all 90% silver. During WWII, nickels were minted with 35% silver but returned to our current composition after the war ended. The 20 cent piece and some 3 cent pieces were also minted in silver but those coins ended production long ago.

10 per cent more than 90 is 99.

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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).

One Dime Eighteen Nickels 1x10=10 18x5=90 10+90=100

US quarters (25 cent coins) were 90% silver through 1964, changing to a cupro-nickel clad composition in 1965.

90/100

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18 nickels and 1 dime 18x5=90 and 90+10=100=$1.00

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