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how can the clerk make the change of the $1 bill using the fewest number of coins?

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    Two 50-cent pieces.

    Is there more to this problem?

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    in book one side they say carlo had to buy on can of food because he ran out. he went to the store and bought a $0.79 can of food. he paid with a $ 1 bill. how much change did he get? ( this is different one in one question they put 5 parts in one question)
    this answer is $0.21 left

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    no

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    What is the least number of coins that make up $0.21?

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