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A Quarter and a nickel.

It says only **one** of them is not a quarter. Most people hear this and think you can't use any quarters in your answer. But when you think about it, only one of them is not a quarter so the other one can be. ;-)

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A quarter and a nickel. One is not a quarter, the other one is.

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Q: Two coins make up 30 cents one of them is not a quarter what are the two coins?

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