There are two ways to achieve the sum of $1 using exactly 50 coins. The first approach takes 45 pennies, one quarter, two dimes and two nickels. The other way to do it is with 40 pennies, eight nickels and two dimes.
In the first example, 45 pennies equals $0.45. One quarter is $0.25. Two dimes equals $0.20, and two nickels is $0.10. In the second way, the 40 pennies equals $0.40. Eight nickels is another $0.40. The two dimes completes the dollar, as they are worth $0.20. The first approach with more pennies offers slightly better payment flexibility when making change.
Nine nickels, Four dimes, Fifthteen pennies. BEHS.
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Two different types of silver dollars were issued in 1921 with very different values. This was the last year for Morgan dollars and the first year for Peace dollars. The simplest
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An Australian 1990 1 Dollar coin (Proof), uncirculated and in absolute mint condition could fetch up to $22 AUD. The Australian 1990 1 Dollar coin was only issued as a Proof coin
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What is the value of a 1883 silver dollar coin? Epluribusunum is engraved on it !
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