*Twenty* nickels make a dollar. One nickel can be written 5Â¢ or $0.05. The dime is a US coin worth *ten* cents. *Ten* dimes make a dollar.

4 quarters 1 *dollar* or 100 cents. *How many* nickels *do you need to make* 10 cents? two (2). *How many* pennies *do you need to make 5 cents*? five (5).

One cent is equal to 1/100th of a dollar. In other words, each dollar is worth *100* cents. Here are the most used United States coins you need to know for counting money.

There *are many* types of money in the world. In the United States of. The *dollar* amount comes after the $ symbol and cents come after the . symbol.. The nickel is worth *five cents*, or $0.05. It looks like. Step 1: Find out *how much* money *we have* in quarters.. People who run stores *need to make* change out of money.

If *you have* 50 cents 25 cents 10 cents and *5 cents how many* ways *can you make* 75 cents?. *How many* Australian cents *make* one Australian *Dollar*?

Problem: Coins. In *how many* ways *can* 19 coins equal exactly one *dollar*?. half *dollar*. So there *are five* different types of coins.. If *we have* just one dime, one nickel, and one penny (16 *cents*), then the remaining 9 *cents must* be in *pennies* (*pennies*) or *made* up of another nickel and 4 more *pennies*. *We* now *have*

There are *100* cents in a dollar. If you have *two* dollars, you have a total of 200 cents. A nickel is worth five cents.