I have 2 coins in my hand that add up to 11c. One of the coins isn't a 10c piece. What are the coins?
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Only one of the coins is not a 10-cent piece, so the other one is, indeed, a 10-cent piece and the remaining coin is a penny. Thanks!
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One of the coins isn't a 10 cent piece but the other one is. Coins are still a one cent and a 10 cent piece.
Patty Inglish (Patty Inglish, MS) 4 years ago
You just beat me to it. Kudos!
Muhammad Mashhood Qasmi (Mash 99) 4 years ago
what is your answer???
Ciel Clark 4 years ago
I answered dime penny, but then got distracted by thinking about other good mind games. My recent favorite (after this one) : move one line to make both statements true III = III + III,
IV = III + III
Other than the obvious answer already given would mean there are some foreign coins that are worth 5 cents each or seven and three cents in american money
You have one 10 cent piece, which is ONE coin. The other coin being one penny.
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