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Lana is calibrating a scale. The scale calibrates at 50g. When she puts a nickel on the scale, it weighs 4.94g. A nickel weighs 5g. If a fifty cent piece weighs 11.17g, a quarter 5.71g, a dime 2.26g, a nickel at 4.94g, and a penny at 2.52g, how many of each can she have to make 50.00g?
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