Q: What 4 coins are worth 45 cents?

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It's worth about 4 cents.

It's worth about 4 cents.

There are currently 4 active mints: Philadelphia: "P" mint mark except on cents; makes circulating coins Denver: "D"; makes circulating coins San Francisco: "S"; makes proof coins West Point: "W"; makes commemorative and bullion coins, occasionally strikes cents but without a mint mark.

This coin is common and is worth 2 to 4 cents.

At present, coins are minted in denominations of 1, 5, 10, 25, and 50 cents, as well as one dollar. In the past, there were also coins for 1/2, 2, 3, and 20 cents, plus 2.5, 3, 4, 5, 10, and 20 dollars.

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If they are Australian coins, they are all still legal tender. You can take them to a shop and buy something worth 45 cents, or put a deposit on something worth more than 45 cents. You could put it in a money box or give it to a charity.

3 nickels and a penny

He has a US nickel and three US pennies.

There are 4 dimes

2 quaters (50 cents), 3 dimes (30 cents), 4 pennies (4 cents) which is 9 coins

That is Scott number US 1157. It has a 45 value new and 15 cents used.

To make 89 cents with 6 coins, you have to first realize that the "9" part of the cents is comprised of 5 cents and 4 pennies. Therefore, you have to have 4 pennies and 85 cents using 2 coins; impossible, since you would need 3 coins(if you had half-dollars) to make that amount: a half-dollar, quarter, and a dime. Basically, it's impossible with only coins worth 0.01, 0.05, 0.10, 0.25, and 0.50 of the currency(US$, I assume?)

it's actually worth 2 cents and in canada it's worth 4 cents

In the United States there is: 1. The penny, worth one cent. 2. The nickel, worth five cents. 3. The dime, worth ten cents. 4. The quarter - in various styles reflecting the various states, worth 25 cents. 5. The half dollar, worth fifty cents. 6. The Eisenhower dollar, worth 100 cents. 7. The Susan B. Anthony dollar, worth 100 cents. 8. The Sacajawea dollar, worth 100 cents. Of course, the above are only such coins as are currently in use to at least a minor degree. There are hundreds of other types, from double eagle gold pieces (worth 120,000 cents todays prices), to millicents (worth 1/10th of a cent).

You can make 60 cents using the following coins: 3 quarters (25 cents each) 1 dime (10 cents) 1 nickel (5 cents) 1 penny (1 cent)Altogether these 4 coins add up to 60 cents.

$1 = 100 cents → 45 cents/$1 = 45 cents/100 cents = 45/100 = 9/20

Either 2 quarters 2 pennies or 2 quarters, a penny and a nickel.