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What is the largest sum of money Bob can have in change and still not be able to give change for a dollar? HINT: The answer is more than $0.99.
But work the problem

I get $1.19
3quarters, 4 dimes, 4 pennies
or
9 dimes, 1 quarter, 4 pennies
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