No, what you'll be dealing with is someone born after 1996. I bought some Popeyes Chicken from a location between Phoenix and Tucson off I-10. Casa Grande maybe? We had driven a long way and just handed the guy a Twenty and my change should've been $ 1.34. I got a dollar bill and a quarter and the otherwise extremely friendly and helpful Chicken Guy wasn't even remotely apologetic that I was shortchanged nor did I say anything. They couldn't even bother to put dimes in their change drawer I suppose. Youngsters see no point in these "nonsense" denominations of change and maybe they don't do many cash sales at all in that location. Other places waste huge amounts of time playing with small coins when you're in a rush. What does nine cents even mean anymore? Isn't it more in the nature of people opening doors for one another in one town and not in the next place? I think it was 1967 when the UK converted their coinage to 100 count units and no more thruppence or shillings and all that and those coins were rendered obsolete. I'm beginning to realize that time and changing folkways will render One, Five and Ten cent pieces, US coinage, every bit as obsolete in the real world.