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## How many cents is 15 dimes?

First, calculate how many cents there are in 15 dimes by multiplying 15 by 10, and then divide that result by 100 cents to get the answer. Note: We multiplied 15 by 10, because there are 10 cents in a dime, and we divided 150 by 100, because there are 100 cents in a dollar.

## How much is 20 dimes worth?

How Much is 20 Dimes Worth?

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dollars half-dollars quarters dimes nickels pennies cents | dollars half-dollars quarters dimes nickels pennies cents |

20 dimes equals: | |

20 dimes equals 2 dollars |

## How do you convert dimes to dollars?

1 dimes is equal to 0.1 dollar.

## How much is 30 dimes worth?

It turns out that 30 dimes are worth 3 dollars.

## Are there any dimes that are worth money?

All U.S. dimes made before 1965 are 90% silver, so they command prices many times their face value. Most dimes produced after 1964 are worth only face value. There are exceptions, however, such as error coins.

## How many cents are in a nickel and dime?

There are four main American coins: the penny, the nickel, the dime and the quarter. We have the following American coins: one quarter, one nickel, one dime and three one penny coins. One quarter is worth 25 cents. One nickel is worth 5 cents. We can add these two coins to make a multiple of ten. 25 + 5 = 30 cents. One dime is worth 10 cents.

## How many dimes are in a quarter dollar?

For example, a quarter dollar can be made from two dimes plus one nickel. Each dime is worth 10¢ and the nickel is worth 5¢. 10 + 10 + 5 = 25 and so two dimes plus a nickel add up to make 25¢.

## What’s the difference between a dime and a penny?

The Dime is worth 10 cents. The Quarter is worth 25 cents. There are four main American coins: the penny, the nickel, the dime and the quarter. We have the following American coins: one quarter, one nickel, one dime and three one penny coins.