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You can use 3 quarters 6 nickles and 5 pennies.

75 plus 30 equals 1 dollar and 5 cents plus 5 pennies is $1.10

3 plus 6 is 9 plus 5 equals 14. So now you know you have 14 coins and $1.10

Q: How can you use 14 coins to make 1 dollar and 10 cents?

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Half-Dollar + dime + four nickels

20 x 1 cent = 0.20 3 x 10 cents = 0.30 1 x 50 cents = 0.50

With US coins, a half-dollar and two nickels, or two quarters and a dime. If you have 20-cent coins, 3 of those, or the 50 cent and two 5 cent coins.

You would have to use a half dollar coin (which is not common) along with 1 dime, 1 nickel, and 1 penny

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Half-Dollar + dime + four nickels

four dimes equal 40 cents ten nickels equal fifty cents ten pennies equal 10 cents Add the 3 groups of coins for one dollar

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20 x 1 cent = 0.20 3 x 10 cents = 0.30 1 x 50 cents = 0.50

With US coins, a half-dollar and two nickels, or two quarters and a dime. If you have 20-cent coins, 3 of those, or the 50 cent and two 5 cent coins.

You need 3 coins- the 50 cent piece, a dime, and a penny.

You would have to use a half dollar coin (which is not common) along with 1 dime, 1 nickel, and 1 penny

The puzzle is normally "What two coins make 55 cents if one is not a nickel?" The answer of course is a half dollar and a nickel, because the half dollar is the one that's not a nickel - nothing is said about BOTH not being nickels! Otherwise the answer is straightforward: three dimes and one quarter.

You will use 4 pennies, 2 nickles, and 2 dimes to make 34 cents with 8 coins.

To make 55 cents with 15 coins you will use 10 pennies, 1 quarter, and 4 nickles.

The question cannot be answered because you have failed to identify the country. The smallest coin in Australia is 5 cents and 26 of them would be more than a dollar.

10 x 10c coins