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A few coins (Posted on 2004-11-19) Difficulty: 1 of 5
In Levikland, there are coins worth 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50 and 100 perplexii. A has twice as much money as B, who has twice as much as C, who has twice as much as D. How can this be, if everybody has two coins?

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  Subject Author Date
SolutionPuzzle SolutionK Sengupta2007-10-20 00:24:11
SolutionSolutionPraneeth2007-08-20 07:59:23
SolutionNow, You have to think!!!Paddy2005-06-11 11:14:07
yupyocko2005-02-05 09:30:07
Subjectemily2004-11-29 22:53:38
SolutionAnother way or same way a solution anyway.Michael2004-11-22 04:32:45
No Subject indeedPenny2004-11-21 19:46:57
SolutionNo SubjectUrza2004-11-21 14:49:52
SolutionFor A Few Dollars More (Solution)Penny2004-11-20 13:40:04
SolutionSolutionNelson2004-11-19 20:17:56
SolutionSolutionRandyOrton2004-11-19 14:33:42
SolutionAnswer + Solutionnikki2004-11-19 14:27:38
SolutionSing4TheDay2004-11-19 14:19:24
SolutionsolutionChristian2004-11-19 14:16:58
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