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Q: Can you make 1 dollar with 5 coins?

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20 5 cent coins 20x5=100=1 dollar

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5*20 cents (Australian) make a dollar. In US and Canadian coins, a 50 cent piece, a quarter, two dimes, and a nickel also make a dollar.

There are 100 cents in the Australian Dollar. That can constitute - 20 x 5 cent coins. 10 x 10 cent coins. 5 x 20 cent coins. 2 x 50 cent coins. 1 x 1 Dollar coin. The 1 and 2 cent coins are no longer in circulation.

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One way to make 23 dollars with 5 bills and 3 coins is as follows: * 4 $5 bills * 1 $1 bill * 1 $1 coin (there are many $1 coins to choose from in the US) * 2 $0.50 coins (there is only one type of half-dollar coin in the US) 4 * $5 + 1 * $1 + 1 * $1 + 2 * $0.50 = $23 4 bills + 1 bill = 5 bills 1 coin + 2 coins = 3 coins

Yes. OK; I'll give them! 25 + 25 + 25 + 5 + 5 + 5 + 2 + 2 + 2 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 1 = 100