## Cents to Nickels conversion table

Cents | Nickels |
---|---|

5 | 1 |

10 | 2 |

15 | 3 |

20 | 4 |

30 | 6 |

35 | 7 |

40 | 8 |

50 | 10 |

60 | 12 |

65 | 13 |

70 | 14 |

75 | 15 |

80 | 16 |

85 | 17 |

90 | 18 |

100 | 20 |

Do calculations like a Ninja!

A nickel worth 5 cents. By dividing those 30 cents by 5, we find out that 30 cent make 6 nickels.

Nickels = Cents / 5

To find out how many nickels make a specific amount of cents, divide the cents value by 5. The integer value represents the amount in nickels, and the remainder (if any) will be the amount in cents.

Here’s how to convert 21 cents to nickels using the formula above.

21 cents = 21/5 = 4 nickels and 1 cent.

A cent is a monetary unit equal to one 100th of the US Dollar. Its sign is the lower case letter “c” crossed by a vertical line, forming the symbol ¢. The US cent is generally known by its nickname penny.

Nickel is a five-cent piece coin equal to the 20th part of a US dollar. One nickel can be written as 5¢ or $0.05. Its made of a cupro-nickel alloy composed of 75% copper and 25% nickel and weighs exactly 5 grams.

Cents | Nickels |
---|---|

5 | 1 |

10 | 2 |

15 | 3 |

20 | 4 |

30 | 6 |

35 | 7 |

40 | 8 |

50 | 10 |

60 | 12 |

65 | 13 |

70 | 14 |

75 | 15 |

80 | 16 |

85 | 17 |

90 | 18 |

100 | 20 |

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