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Q: How many different combinations of coins using five quarters six dimes five nickels and five pennies to make two dollars?

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There are 25 of them.

hundreds of ways... 50 dimes 100 nickels 20 quarters 40 dimes and 2 nickels 90 nickels and 5 dimes 16 quarters and 10 dimes 30 dimes 2 nickels 4 quarters etc figure it out ;)

more than i can count! * * * * * Oh dear, someone who cannot count to the answer which is 6!

Coin or banknote: Quantity: dollars half-dollars quarters dimes nickel pennies cents dollars half-dollars quarters dimes nickels pennies cents 4 quarters equals: 4 quarters equals 1 dollar

There are at least these combinations: # 2 quarters, 1 dime, 1 nickel # 2 quarters, 3 nickels # 1 quarter, 4 dimes # 1 quarter, 3 dimes, 2 nickels # 1 quarter, 2 dimes, 4 nickels # 1 quarter, 1 dime, 6 nickels # 1 quarter, 8 nickels

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42 combinations.

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There are sixteen different ways.

Either 30 nickels or 6 quarters or a lot of combinations of the two.

There are 11 ways to get $4.10 using only quarters and nickels. These combinations are: 41 quarters 8 quarters, 6 nickels 15 quarters, 2 nickels 3 quarters, 12 nickels 20 quarters, 1 nickel 35 quarters 8 quarters, 5 nickels 15 quarters, 1 nickel 5 quarters, 10 nickels 30 quarters, 1 nickel 1 quarter, 20 nickels

There are 25 of them.

$3.10 could be no quarters and 62 nickels, or it could be 12 quarters and 2 nickels, or it could be eleven other different mixes. There are 13 different ways to do it with quarters and nickels.

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Six.

1. 3 quarters , 2 dimes , 1 nickel 2. 3 quarters , 1 dime , 3 nickels And many other combinations

12 quarters. 20 dimes= 2 dollars, and 20 nickels= 1 dollar. 3 dollars, multiplied by 4 because of the quarters, is 12 quarters

There are 29 ways.