Q: How do you get 67 cents with only using 5 coins?

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No. .4 is the same as .40 Compare having .40 cents to having .67 cents.

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A lemon normally costs about 67 cents. It costs different in other countries, but in the U.S., it costs about 67 cents.

$0.06 x 67 = $4.02

A quater is 25 cents A dime is 10 A nickle is 5 A penny is 1 So 25+25+10+5+2 = 67 cents.

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2/3 * 1 = 2/3 = .67 or 67 cents.

They were at 67 cents

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2/3 of $1 is 66.666 cents, rounded off to 67 cents.

67 cents?

To the nearest penny: 67 cents.

mouser have them for 67 cents

Sixty-seven cents.

Not really. A lot of cents and nickels were minted that year in an effort to make up for the huge numbers of silver coins that were being melted. The only "unusual" thing about 1965 coins (and 1966-67 as well) is that they didn't have mint marks so you can't tell which mint struck any particular coin from those years.

67 cents per gallon.

25 cents. Mint marks weren't put on any US coins struck during 1965-67 due to the changeover from silver to copper-nickel composition.

1000 lira is equal to 67 cents in US dollars. The Italian lira is no longer in use and has been replaced by the Euro.

Yes, 67 is only divisible by 67 and 1.

Anything can be multiplied by 67. Only 1 and 67 multiply to 67.

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