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If you "get 65 cents using only dimes nickels and quarters" you are not using any pennies!

Q: What pennies can you use to get 65 cents using only dimes nickels and quarters?

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(2) quarters, (1) dime and (1) penny = 61 cents.

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3 quarters = 75 cents 7 dimes= 70 cents 3 nickels= 15 cents 8 pennies= 8 cents for a total of 168 cents or $1.68

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3 quarters = 75 cents 4 dimes = 40 cents 2 nickles = 10 cents 7 pennies = 7 cents Total is 132 cents which is $1.32

Just a few ways include... 79 pennies. 3 quarters and 4 pennies. 7 dimes, 1 nickel, 4 pennies. 7 dimes, 9 pennies. 15 nickels, 4 pennies. 2 quarters, 2 dimes, 1 nickel, 4 pennies. 2 quarters, 2 dimes, 9 pennies. 2 quarters, 5 nickels, 4 pennies. 2 quarters, 29 pennies.

(2) quarters, (1) dime and (1) penny = 61 cents.

82 cents...................

$5.00 = 500 pennies/ 100 nickels/ 50 dimes/ 20 quarters