Three half-dollars (three 50-cent coins). In US coins, a dollar and two quarters (dollar coins are not well-circulated).
If you can use up to three types of coins, the answer would be to use a Dollar coin - require only one coin.If you must use exactly three types of coins, the answer would be to use 3 Quarters, 2 Dimes and a Nickel - requires six coins.
Yes, there used to be a gold dollar. There were three designs minted between 1849 and 1889. It was one of the smallest coins the US ever minted.
a silver/gold dollar coin and 2 fifty cent pieces
There are three different kinds of Roman coins. The three coins were called aurei (gold), denarius (silver), and aes (bronze).
A date helps the 3 dollar coins only cover 35 years.
sixteen and three hundreds = 316 sixteen and three hundredths = 16.03
Assuming that you are referring to current US coins, you could use a half dollar, three nickels and three pennies. In more modern terms, two quarters, a dime, a nickel, and three pennies.
Half dollar, and 2 quarters. It's easy. If it can't be half, I really don't know then.
Please post new question. Do you mean Three (3) $5.00 coins?
double coins, red coins will give two coins more and blue will give you three
Three quarters, two dimes, one nickel
penny, nickel, dime, quarter, half dollar, dollar. us coins included half penny, two cent, three cent, half disme (worth 5¢), twenty cent, $2.50, $3, $4, $5, $10, $20, but taken out of circulation
One half dollar (50 cent piece) and two quarter dollars (25 cent each piece)
Three seems about right . . . a penny, a dime, and a half-dollar.
Value depends on which of the three 2008 dated dollar coins it is? Presidential, Sacagawea or Silver Eagle. Post new Question.
Sixteen and twenty-three hundredths. Most of us would say sixteen point twenty-three.
0.316 is the same as three hundred sixteen hundredths
three fourths of sixteen is twelve.3/4 of 16 is 12
Three Mints struck the 1904 Morgan Dollar. Philadelphia, New Orleans and San Francisco. The Philadelphia mint also struck a small number of proof coins that makes a total of 4 different 1904 Morgan dollars.
He isn't. He is on the Half Dollar dollar because Congress thought he deserved the honor and rushed the enabling legislation through within weeks of his assassination and the first coins were minted within three months.
Three and sixteen thousandths.
in US dollars: one dollar coin two dimes three nickels and three pennies