A quarter and a nickel. Only one coin can't be a nickel, not both.
It would be a quarter an a nickel. The question said one of the coins is not a nickel, not both.
The one that is not a nickel is a 50 cent piece. The other is a nickel.
A quarter and a nickel. The quarter isn't a nickel.
You have in your pocket a nickel and a quarter. (One of them is not a quarter- The other one is.) :)
The answer is you have a quarter and a nickel. This adds up to 30 cents. One of the coins (the quarter) is not a nickel, but the other coin is. It could also be a 20c coin and a 10c coin, the question doesn't state that they are US cents, they could be Euro cents.
nickel, two-cent coin, 2 pennies
You said ONE isn't a nickel. It's a quarter!
Two coins:1- 'One coin is not a nickel' -- that's the quarter.2- The other coin is the nickel.Translation for non-Americans - a quarter is 25 cents, a nickel is 5 cents.--This joke was also featured in an episode of Scrubs where the answer was given "a penny and a 1972 dime with a Roosevelt imperfection, today worth exactly twenty nine cents."
A half dollar and a nickel. One of them isn't a nickel, the other one is.
The two coins that are 30 cents are a nickel and a quarter.