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Q: What is the smallest number of coins needed to equal 96 cents?

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A quarter, a nickel, and a dime make forty cents.

4 pennies, 1 quarter, and a dime.

it is 5 a quarter 2 dimes and 2 pennies

3 dimes, 2 nickels, and 3 pennies

Since the smallest of these currency values (the nickel) is equal to 5 cents, the number of five cent coins that go into a dollar is equal to 20. It is impossible to have a combination of 35 nickels and dimes whose sum is exactly equal to a dollar.

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A quarter, a nickel, and a dime make forty cents.

Just one, a dime.

50p + 20p + 10p + 5p + 2p +2p = 6 coins

4 pennies, 1 quarter, and a dime.

it is 5 a quarter 2 dimes and 2 pennies

Two coins

The smallest coin available is a penny, worth one cent. Simply shift the decimal two places to the right (because you're going from dollars and cents to strictly cents) to find that you would need 2930 pennies to make $29.30 using the largest number of coins possible. Using any other coins would only decrease the number of coins in the combination.

A multiple of 11 can't be a prime number.

3 dimes, 2 nickels, and 3 pennies

Since the smallest of these currency values (the nickel) is equal to 5 cents, the number of five cent coins that go into a dollar is equal to 20. It is impossible to have a combination of 35 nickels and dimes whose sum is exactly equal to a dollar.

600 dollar

You cannot. With US coins, you are limited to pennies, nickels, and dimes. 5 pennies = 5 cents 4 nickels = 20 cents Total of 9 coins and 25 cents. It is impossible to use any greater number of coins and impossible to use 10 coins in today's US currency.