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Q: How can you use 16 coins to equal a dollar?

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One quarter and fifteen nickels equal a dollar.

12 nickels, 4 dimes.

16 coins that equal exactly one dollar are 10 pennies,2quartars, and 4 dimes. Or 3 quarters,10 pennies, and 3 nickels.

It depends which currency you are working in.

16 5-cents in a dollar.

You have to convert everything to cents:A dollar is 100 cents so 8/10 of a dollar is 80 cents (0.8 * 100)A nickel is 5 centsThen 80 cents divided by 5 cents = 16 coins

One solution is 16 nickels and 2 dimes.

3 quarters 3 nickels and 10 pennies 25X3=75 5X3=15 1X10=10 75+15+10=100

4-16-11>> A 1900-O Morgan dollar is common, circulated coins are $33.00-$40.00, typical Mint State coins are $50.00-$60.00.

13 nickels, 1 half-dollar, 1 quarter, and 1 dime. 13 x 5=65 cents, 65 cents + 50 cents + 25 cents + 10 cents = 1.50 dollars using only 16 coins.Hope I helped :-)

One way for 16 Australian coins to equal 95 cents is as follows: * 13 5c coins and 3 10c coins 13 x 5 = 65 3 x 10 = 30 30 + 65 = 95 cents

Yes there is, but there are dozens of different coins. There are 28 bronze Five Dollar coins, individually or as a set. There are 16 fine silver Five Dollar coins, individually or as a set. There are 8 fine gold One Hundred Dollar coins, individually or as a set. A Google search using - sydney 2000 olympic coin collection - will get many results, but the images are usually not in place for very long and they are not of great quality.