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There's no specific answer, except to say that the number of nickels must be even (otherwise the total would end in 5 rather than 0). You could have combinations like

  • 50 nickels and no dimes
  • 40 nickels and 10 dimes
  • 25 dimes and no nickels
  • 22 dimes and 6 nickels
and so on. Each one, and many other possibilities, all add up to $2.50
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