6th grade math

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how can you change a one dollar bill into exactly 50 coins, using at least one penny, one nickel, one dime and one quarter please?

  • 6th grade math -

    $0.75 = 3 quarters
    $0.10 = 1 dime
    $0.10 = 2 nickels
    $0.05 = 5 pennies
    _______
    $1.00 = total

    There are other ways you could do this as well, as long as you use at least 1 of each coin and you get a total of $1.00.

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