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If you have 2coins to make 30cents but you can not use a nickel?

That's impossible without a nickel. Unless, if you are allowed to make more than 30 cents, then you could use 2 quarters, but if you mean 2 coins=30 cents that can't be done.

That's impossible without a nickel. Unless, if you are allowed to make more than 30 cents, then you could use 2 quarters, but if you mean 2 coins=30 cents that can't be done.

I think was meant to say that one coin was not a nickel which means the other one was.

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