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Well, isn't that a happy little challenge! To get 56 cents with only 7 coins, you can use 3 quarters (25 cents each), 2 dimes (10 cents each), and 2 pennies (1 cent each). Just like painting, it's all about finding the right combination of colors, or in this case, coins, to create something beautiful.

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You will make 49 cents with these 7 coins, 1 quarter, 2 dimes, 4 pennies.

A Quarter, a Nickel and 7 Dimes: 1 × 25 cents + 1 × 5 cents + 7 × 10 cents = 100 cents = 1 dollar.

two 5 cents,four 1 cents and one 25 cent

7 dimes, 13 pennies

Yes. 11 * 1 cent and 7 * 2 cents does the trick for Eurocents.

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A fifty cent piece and six pennies.

it's possible only if there are 20 cent coins only for that 7 dollars 1 dollar = 100 cents, 100 cents = 5 of 20 cent coins since you need 5 of 20 cent coins for a dollar, you do 7 times of it. 7 X 5 = 35. Therefore, you need 35 of 20 cent coins for 7 dollars. (or there are 35 of 20 cent coins in 7 dollars)

How do you make up 25 cents worth 7

3 dimes 1 nickel and 3 pennies

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Two dimes and five pennies make 25 cents -- seven coins in all.

Indeed. 74 cents can be made with the following set of 7 coins: 50c 10c 10c 1c 1c 1c 1c

You will make 49 cents with these 7 coins, 1 quarter, 2 dimes, 4 pennies.

Four 5 cent coins and three 10 cent coins.

A Quarter, a Nickel and 7 Dimes: 1 × 25 cents + 1 × 5 cents + 7 × 10 cents = 100 cents = 1 dollar.

How can you make 88 cents

5 dimes and 6 nicles