Q: How do you make change for a dollar with fifty coins?

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One half dollar, one quarter, four dimes and four pennies. It equals $1.19. You can not make change for exactly one dollar with those coins

Easy. Use 50 2-penny coins.

This question makes no sense. You could have an infinite amount of coins and make change for a dollar. For example, you could have 100 pennies, or 1,000,000 pennies, or 1,000,000,000 pennies and make change for a dollar.

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Could the original question be "You have two coins that equal fifty-five cents and one is not a nickel"? If so, the answer would be "one is a half-dollar (not a nickel) and the other one is a nickel".

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I could answer this question in the 1800s, but lets put ourselves in that time and say that you can use 2 cent pieces.

I think it is because in the old days the gold one, two and a half & five dollar coins were smaller because they were gold. Also, it simply costs more to make bigger coins.

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one fifty cent piece, one quarter, four dimes, 4 pennies equaling $1.19

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