two quarters, that's simple.
A fifty cent piece and a nickel.
Hmmmm. This is a trick question, huh. The two US coins that total fifty-five cents are a fifty-cent piece and a five-cent piece. The fifty-cent piece is the one that is not a nickel.
Could the original question be "You have two coins that equal fifty-five cents and one is not a nickel"? If so, the answer would be "one is a half-dollar (not a nickel) and the other one is a nickel".
A fifty cent piece and a nickel equals 55 cents. If it's a riddle stating, "I have two coins that equals 55 cents, and one is not a nickel", the answer is still a fifty cent coin and a nickel. One is not a nickel, but the other one is.
a fifty cent piece and a nickel. the fifty cent peice is not the nickel!
You have a half dollar and a nickel. One of them, the half dollar, is not a nickel.
one of the coin is a nickel and one is a half dollar coin
one fifty cent piece and a nickel
A fifty cent peice and a nickel. The question simple asked if ONE was not a nickel, not if either wasn't a nickel.
That would be a half-dollar and a nickel. One is not a nickel, the other one is.
a half dollar and a nickel?? maybe??
fifty cent piece ,a nickel and four pennies