According to Dictionary.com, a dime in the United States is comparable to 10 cents ($0.1), which indicates that 10 dimes make a dollar. According to Xe, together with the dollar coin, the five-cent piece, and the quarter, the dime is one of the most widely used coins in the United States.
The current design on the obverse of U.S. coins dates back to 1946, according to the United States Mint. It was published soon after FDR’s passing, and it bears his likeness. John R. Sinnock, the United States Mint’s Chief Engraver at the time, created both the obverse and reverse of the dime, which depicts a torch, an olive branch, and an oak branch.