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Q: How many different ways can you find for 21 coins totaling one dollar cents?

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The other coin is the half-dollar coin.

10 pennies,2 quarters, 3 dimes

2 nickels and a dime....

quarter and a dime (the other coin is a dime).

20 5 cents coins

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The other coin is the half-dollar coin.

10 pennies,2 quarters, 3 dimes

2 nickels and a dime....

The puzzle is actually stated differently: "You have two US coins totaling 55 cents and ONE OF THEM is not a nickel". The answer is a nickel and a half dollar. The riddle only says that one coin can't be a nickel, not both. Even using obsolete denominations like 20Â¢ pieces or half-dimes, no two US coins add up to 55 cents unless you use a nickel.

All the United States coins are... The penny = 1 cent The nickel = 5 cents The dime = 10 cents The quarter = 25 cents The half-dollar = 50 cents The gold dollar = $1

quarter and a dime (the other coin is a dime).

four dimes equal 40 cents ten nickels equal fifty cents ten pennies equal 10 cents Add the 3 groups of coins for one dollar

A half dollar and a nickel. The question said that only one was not a nickel. So $0.50 plus $0.05 equals $0.55.

One is a 50 cent piece not a nickel and the other is a nickel.

20 5 cents coins

50 cent piece and a nickel "One is not a nickel", but the other one is.

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