A quarter and a nickel. That makes thirty cents, and one of them is not a nickel (the quarter).
The two coins that are 30 cents are a nickel and a quarter.
A quarter and a nickel, it says one is not a quarter so the other has to be a quarter.
One quarter, two dimes, three pennies.
A nickel and a quarter (the quarter is the one that is 'not a nickel') a quarter and a nickel. you just said ONE of them is not a nickel :)
a Dime. 10 cents
A quarter and a nickel. The other one is the nickel.
penny dime quarter
The 6 coins that would be equal to 47 cents, would be one quarter, one dime, two nickels, and two pennies. There is no other way to make this with six coins.
A quarter plus a quarter is a half. In U.S. coins, two quarters equals 50 cents.
A quarter and a nickel. The quarter is not a nickel.
One is a nickel and 'the other' is a quarter.
A 50 cent piece, a quarter, and two dimes.
The 2 coins are a nickel and a quarter with the quarter being the coin that IS NOT a nickel.
A quarter and a dime
quarter and a dime (the other coin is a dime).
A quarter and a 5-cent nickel (or half-dime) would make 30 cents.
That's more of a trick question than a real problem. The other coin IS a quarter.
The answer is: one quarter, one dime, one nickle and two pennies. Five coins in all.
If I understand you correctly, you have two quarters. One quarter is worth 25 cents, that times two equals 50 cents!
In U.S. or Canadian money, it's one quarter (25 cents), two dimes (2x 10 cents), and one penny (1 cent).
One of the coins is not a dime (it is a quarter), but the other one is a dime.
The correct question is: You have two coins that equal 30 cents, and one of them isn't a nickel. Answer: a quarter and a nickel
You have in your pocket a nickel and a quarter. (One of them is not a quarter- The other one is.) :)
If you mean "How do you make the worth of a quarter with 3 coins", the answer is: two dimes and one nickel.