Table of Contents

- 1 How many nickels and dimes does it take to make a quarter?
- 2 How many dimes is 45 dollars?
- 3 How many nickels and dimes make a dollar?
- 4 How many pennies make a quarter?
- 5 How many nickels are in a dime?
- 6 How many dollars is 60 nickels?
- 7 How much is in a roll of toonies?
- 8 How many dimes make a quarter?
- 9 What’s the value of a penny and a dime?
- 10 How many cents are in a nickel and dime?
- 11 What’s the difference between a penny and a nickel?

## How many nickels and dimes does it take to make a quarter?

What is a quarter? The quarter (also called a quarter dollar) is a US coin worth twenty five cents or 1/4 dollar = 5 nickels = 25 pennies. Four quarters make a dollar. One quarter can be written 25¢ or $0.25.

## How many dimes is 45 dollars?

‘ To answer this question, there are 450 dimes in 45 dollars.

**How many nickels does it take to make $10?**

How Many Coins Are In Each Roll?

Coin | Coins Per Roll | Roll Total Value |
---|---|---|

Penny (1 cent or 1/100 US$) | 50 | $0.50 |

Nickel (5 cents or 1/20 US$) | 40 | $2 |

Dime (10 cents or 1/10 US$) | 50 | $5 |

Quarter (25 cents or 1/4 US$) | 40 | $10 |

### How many nickels and dimes make a dollar?

10 nickels

Answer: 10 nickels + 5 dimes = 1 dollar. Using more than one type of coin, what is the smallest number of coins you can use to make a dollar?

### How many pennies make a quarter?

What is a quarter? The quarter (also called a quarter dollar) is a US coin worth twenty five cents or 1/4 dollar = 5 nickels = 25 pennies.

**How many quaters are in a nickel?**

## How many nickels are in a dime?

Value of a Dime Coin The dime coin is worth the same as ten one cent coins. A dime is worth 10 cents and a nickel is worth 5 cents. Therefore two nickels are worth the same as one dime.

## How many dollars is 60 nickels?

1/4 a dollar is $0.25 or a quarter. An equal share would be $1.50 each. $3.00 = 300 cents = 60 nickels = 30 dimes = 12 quarters = 6 half dollars.

**How many pennies make 50 cents?**

Counting Money

A | B |
---|---|

4 nickels + 2 dimes = | 40 cents |

20 pennies + 2 dimes = | 40 cents |

50 pennies = | 50 cents |

1 quarter + 25 pennies = | 50 cents |

### How much is in a roll of toonies?

Canadian Coin Rolls – All Coins Currently Under Circulation

Coin/Denomination | Coins per Roll | Cost of Roll |
---|---|---|

Toonie ($2) | 25 | $50 |

Five Cent/Nickel ($0.05) | 40 | $2 |

Ten Cent/Dime ($0.1) | 50 | $5 |

25 Cent/Quarter ($0.25) | 40 | $10 |

### How many dimes make a quarter?

Do you know how many dimes make a quarter? It turns out that there are 2.5 dimes in a quarter.

**How many pennies equal a nickel?**

One nickel coin is worth the same as five 1 cent coins. A nickel is worth 5¢, which can also be written in dollars as $0.05. Because one hundred cents make a dollar and 20 × 5 = 100, there are 20 nickels in a dollar.

## What’s the value of a penny and a dime?

Counting US Coins: Dimes, Nickels, Pennies & Quarters. This poster shows the values of the four common coins used in America. The value of each coin is based on how many cents it is worth. The Penny is worth 1 cent. The Nickel is worth 5 cents. The Dime is worth 10 cents. The Quarter is worth 25 cents.

## How many cents are in a nickel and dime?

There are four main American coins: the penny, the nickel, the dime and the quarter. We have the following American coins: one quarter, one nickel, one dime and three one penny coins. One quarter is worth 25 cents. One nickel is worth 5 cents. We can add these two coins to make a multiple of ten. 25 + 5 = 30 cents. One dime is worth 10 cents.

**Which is worth more a nickel or a quarter?**

A quarter dollar is worth the same as 25 one cent coins. A quarter is worth 25¢ and can be made from any combination of coins that add up to make 25 cents. For example, a quarter dollar can be made from two dimes plus one nickel. Each dime is worth 10¢ and the nickel is worth 5¢. 10 + 10 + 5 = 25 and so two dimes plus a nickel add up to make 25¢.

### What’s the difference between a penny and a nickel?

The Penny is worth 1 cent. The Nickel is worth 5 cents. The Dime is worth 10 cents. The Quarter is worth 25 cents. There are four main American coins: the penny, the nickel, the dime and the quarter.