What is the value of an Ted Williams 2000 Massachusetts quarter?
The Mint never issued such a coin. The Massachusetts state quarter features the state outline and a picture of a Minuteman.
What you have is a privately-issued commemorative item. Unfortunately there's almost no secondary market for them. You might be able to find a baseball memorabilia dealer or collectors' website where someone would be willing to pay a few bucks for it, that's about all.
What is the value of a 2000 Massachusetts one sided imprinted quarter that lis arger than the regular quarter?
It's not possible to be 100% sure without seeing it but it's a good bet you have a privately-made novelty item. I've seen many large coin replicas sold as decorations and so on. In fact I have a couple of 100-mm diameter "Indian head pennies" that I bought in a gift shop. They're actually fancy coasters!
No. Copper-nickel. These circulated regularly until France adopted the euro in 2002. If your coin is from circulation it's worth less than a quarter. Correction: French francs from 1960-2000 are .999 nickel and as of 8/8/2012, nickel is trading at just over double the price of copper per pound, of which a U.S. quarter is made, so the melt value of a 1960 franc is over double the value of a quarter.
How much money needs to be invested now to get 2000 after 4 years at 8 percent compounded quarterly?
Each quarter, you are going to make Interest rate/number of periods per year on your investment. Since you have an interest rate of 8% and four periods per year, each quarter you make 2% on your principal. Thus, the formula for determining the value of your investment after ONE quarter is Principal * 102% or P*1.02. Each time you accrue interest, your investment grows by a further 2%, so the formula for the value of…
Please look at the coin again. You almost certainly have a state quarter honoring the admission of one of the early states in the Union in 1788. These coins were minted in 1999, 2000, and 2001 - look near the bottom of the back side for the minting date. Huge numbers of state quarters were minted so any that you find in change will generally be worth only face value, 25¢.