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 What coin has the value of 10 cents? A dime What coin has the value of 25 cents? A quarter What coin has the value of 5 cents? A nickel What coin has the value of 1 cent? A penny Which coins could you use to make a value of 35 cents? A quarter and a dime or three dimes and one nickel or 35 pennies or seven nickels. What coins would you get in change if you paid one quarter and one dime for a 30 cent piece of candy? A nickel What coins would you get in change if you paid two quarters for a 40 cent item? A dime or two nickels or 20 pennies. Which coins could you use to pay for a 42 cent item? One quarter, one dime, one nickel and two pennies or forty-two pennies or four dimes and two pennies. Which coin has a greater value a quater or a dime? A quarter How much more is the value of three quarters than seven dimes? Five cents Which value is greater: two quarters, three dimes and one nickel or one quarter, seven dimes and one penny? One quarter, seven dimes and one penny What is the value of 3 dimes, one quarter and 4 nickels? 75 cents What is the value of 10 pennies, 2 nickels, 4 dimes and two quarters? \$1.10 What is the value of 4 dimes, 3 nickels, 1 quarter and 6 pennies? \$.86 Bob has 300 pennies and Bill has \$2.50. Who has more money? Why? Bob, because 300 pennies equals \$3.00 which is \$.50 more than \$2.50.