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Q: What are combinations to make 32 cents?

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three twenty five cents, and three one cents

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25 cent and 10 cent and 1 cent

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There are 39 possible combinations to obtain $0.49. See the image below with the complete list of possible combinations.

Precisely 1. For ANY number n, the number of combinations of n of those items is always 1.

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There are sixteen different ways.

There are 32C3 = 32*31*30/(3*2*1) = 4960 combinations. I do not have the inclination to list them all.

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The rate for first class postage at that time was 32 cents. It was raised 3 cents. So the G make up rate would have been 3 cents.

Yes there is. The 'G' Stamp was a 32 cent stamp and was issued because of the rate change from 29 cents to 32 cents in 1994. The make up 'G' stamp (3 cents) was for people who had left over 29 cent stamps to use both stamps on a envelope, 29 cent plus 3 cent (make up 'G' stamp) to equal the new rate of 32 cents.

You can make 25 cents with a number of combination of coins. You could use two dimes and a nickel. You could use five nickels. You could use 25 pennies. There are other combinations as well.

One dime, four nickels, and two pennies.

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The G make up rate stamp can still be used for 3 cents of postage. The dove stamp was issued in 1995 when postage went from 29 cents to 32 cents.

The H rate stamp was issued in 1999 when postage went from 32 cents to 33 cents. The make up rate stamp can still be used for 1 cents of postage.

The G make up rate stamp can still be used for 3 cents of postage. The dove stamp was issued in 1995 when postage went from 29 cents to 32 cents.