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If you have one $50 bill, one $20 bill, one $10 bill and one $100 bill, how many possible sums of money consisting of three bills each, can be formed?

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    50, 20, 10 = 80

    50, 20, 100 = 170

    50, 10, 100 = 160

    20, 10, 100 = 130


    so 4 sums, correct me if i am wrong

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