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40 quarters

5 dimes, 38 quarters

10 dimes, 36 quarters

15 dimes, 34 quarters

20 dimes, 32 quarters

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90 dimes, 4 quarters

95 dimes, 2 quarters

100 dimes

That's 21 ways.

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