Please answer this tricky question.
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?
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.
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!
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
You have one 10 cent piece, which is ONE coin. The other coin being one penny.
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
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