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I have 6 bills that total $63 and there are no $1 or coins? what are the bills?

In US or Canadian currency there is no way to create $3 with no coins or $1 bills.

How bout 2 20-dollar bills, 1 10-dollar bill, 1 5-dollar bill and 4 2-dollar bills.
(Yes, the Treasury dept prints 2-dollar and issues bills)

yup, you got me there.
That would be possible up here in Canada too.

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    1-$50.00...1-$5.00....4-$2.00

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