Q: How can you make 97 cents with only 7 coins?

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The only factors are 1 and 97 and so, 97 is a prime.

97 is only divisible by itself and one because it is a prime number

Like all prime numbers, the only factors of 97 are 1 and 97 itself.

Only itself and one because 97 is a prime number

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there is no answer, unless you go back in time where 2 and 1 cents were still used in curency=50,2 20s,5,and a 2 cent. by Wilson Incorrect.. 1 Quarter, 6 dimes, 2 nickels 2 pennies

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30% = 0.30 $97.97 x 0.30 = $29.39

estimate for 97 cents per lb and 2.35 lb

Cents: bronze, 97% copper, 5% tin and zinc Nickels: 25% nickel, 75% copper Dimes, quarters, halves: 90% silver, 10% copper These compositions were typical of most coins of those denominations from the 1850s to 1964, except for the years during WW2 when nickels and cents were made of different metals due to wartime needs.

87 dollars and 97 cents.

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29 dollars and 10 cents

Five lbs. for 97 cents. By 1925, the price had dropped to 35 cents for the same amount.