Best Answer

One hundred million dollars ($100,000,000) is the value of one billion dimes.

More answers

Lvl 2

100 million

Lvl 1

100,000 million dollars.

Q: What is the value of one billion dimes?

Write your answer...

Submit

Still have questions?

Continue Learning about Math & Arithmetic

Since each dime = 10 pennies, the number of dimes with the same value as a group of pennies is 1/10th the number of pennies.1/10th billion = 100,000 dimes have the same face value as 1 billion pennies

30 billion dimes

One tenth as many.

10 000 000 000 cents.

43 billion dollars

Related questions

10 billion dimes.

It takes ten billion times to make one billion dollars.

No. The US Mint produced over one billion Roosevelt Dimes for circulation in 1970.

You need 100,000,000 dimes.

A billion is 1000 million in the United States. In the UK it is a million million. * * * * * In the UK since the middle 1960s, a million has officially been a thousand million - not a million million.

According to the US mint, 1.676 billion dimes were made in 2012.

Please check your pocket change. The Philadelphia mint produced about 1.37 BILLION dimes in 2001 so they're not scarce, rare, or valuable (other than 10 cents, of course).

Please check your pocket change. Over 3.5 BILLION dimes were minted in 1999 so they're not rare and not scarce. If you found it in change it has no extra value. A nice uncirculated one might retail for a dollar or so.

The silver melt value of the dimes are about $2 each and the quarter melt value is about $5.45 so the scrap melt value would be about $11.45.

100 million dollars.

One dime weighs 2.268 grams, and there are 453.592 grams in one pound. Rounding up, that makes 200 dimes in a pound, which is $20.

9 dimes are worth 90 cents.