Q: How many ridges dime have around its edge?

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According to the US Mint, a dime has 118 reeds/ridges.

118 ridges are on a dimes edge

118 seems to be the consensus on the web.

The United States dime (10 cents) has 118 edge ridges. The coin is 17.91 mm in diameter and is 1.35 mm thick

An American quarter has 119 ridges. Believe it or not, a dime has 118 ridges- that's only one more ridge!

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According to the US Mint, a dime has 118 reeds/ridges.

118 ridges are on a dimes edge

118 seems to be the consensus on the web.

The United States dime (10 cents) has 118 edge ridges. The coin is 17.91 mm in diameter and is 1.35 mm thick

An American quarter has 119 ridges. Believe it or not, a dime has 118 ridges- that's only one more ridge!

There is 118 ridges on a dime.

180 to be exact. found it in my adgenda

A US dime(10 cents) has 118 ridges to be exact.

A nickel has a smooth edge. No ridges.

They are actually called "Reeds" and the dime has 118 of them.

118

Zero.Dimes have ridges. Quarters have ridges. Pennies and Nickels don't.