# how much would you have if you had . . . .?

2 of every coin?

5 of every coin?

10 of every coin?

15 of every coin

25 of every coin?

*put it in either US dollars or Canadian and state which one you use.

**bonus points will be given to those who give me the answer to both currencies.

Only counting the pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters in the american and loons and toons in the canadian.

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Ok why did u ask such a hard question….lol

0.82; $2.05; $4.60; $6.15; $10.25

USA coins

2 of every coin?

$3.72

5 of every coin?

$9.15

10 of every coin?

$18.30

15 of every coin?

$27.45

20 of every coin?

$36.60

did that in my mind and it was sooo long.

was that dollars or coins?

Canadian coins

Victoria 1 cent 1858-1859

Victoria 5 cents 1858-1901

Victoria 10 cents 1858-1901

Victoria 20 cents 1858

Victoria 1 cent 1876-1901

Victoria 25 cents 1870-1901

Victoria 50 cents 1870-1901

$16.42

Awww, look at the pretty kitty.

US coins .01 thru 1.00-that is what is currently available

2 of each 3.82

5 " " 9.55

10 " " 19.10

15 " " 28.85

25 " " 47.75

edit-my answer stands as is, you should have stated denominations to begin with

Assuming we are using current minted normally circulated coins (not one of each year that was struck, not ones of denominations not currently minted, not the various gold coins):

US currency:

2 pennies = $0.02

2 nickels = $0.10

2 dimes = $0.20

2 quarters = $0.50

2 half-dollars = $1 (omit this based on your specifications)

2 dollars = $2 —> US$3.82

Omitting the half-dollars, we get US$2.82

Omitting the dollar coins, we get US$1.82.

But Canada has a $2 coin, so in Canada, you would have $2 x $2 = $4.00 more. That would give you $3.72 + $3.50 = C$7.82

Omitting the half-dollars, we get C$6.82

For 5 of each coin, the US value would be US$9.55, while the Canadian value would be C$19.55

Omitting the half-dollars, we get US$7.05, C$17.05

Omitting the US dollar coin, we get US$2.05

For 10, it would be US$19.10, C$39.10

Omitting the half-dollars, we get US$14.10, C$34.10

Omitting the US dollar coin, we get US$4.10

For 15, it would be US$28.65, C$58.65

Omitting the half-dollars, we get US$21.15, C$51.15

Omitting the US dollar coin, we get US$6.10

For 25, it would be US$47.75, C$97.75

Omitting the half-dollars, we get US$35.75, C$85.75

Omitting the US dollar coin, we get US $10.75

Now technically all coins are legal tender. Therefore, technically, you should include the Canadian $0.20 coin (struck in 1858). You could also start using all the various "state quarters" (now being minted) and "provincial quarters" (struck for Canada’s 125th birthday). There are also Canada’s $5 gold, $10 gold, and $20 gold, as well as Canada’s gold sovereigns. There is also the 1/2 penny struck in 1832-but I doubt you would find any way to use that (nor should you-it is strictly a collectable now!) But I maintain that is all overkill.

On the US side, there is also the US 1/2 cent, 2 cent, 3 cent, $0.20, $2 1/2 gold (i.e., $2.50), $3 gold, $5 gold, $10 gold, and $20 gold coins. Again-overkill.

2 of every coin $.82

5 of every coin $2.05

10 of every coin $4.10

15 of every coin $6.15

25 of every coin $10.25

if you want it added together $23.37

as for canadian money sorry i dont know much about that