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Please help me with the following problems...

1) How many ways can you make a change for a quater using an unlimited source of nickels, dimes, and pennies?

2) How many doubled digit numbers can you make with a least two identical numbers from 2-200. Not including 2 and 200. For example: 22 and 122

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