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A Change of Mind (Posted on 2003-06-18) Difficulty: 3 of 5
I went into the bank to get change for a dollar. The teller said, "How do you want the change, buddy? I mean, there are 292 ways involving pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, and half-dollars to give change for a dollar!"

Since I didn't like her attitude, I didn't answer her question. I simply said, "Well, I certainly don't want any pennies."

How many ways are there for her to give me change now?

(Note: Americans, always shunning simplicity have chosen to name their coins in the following easy-to-remember manner: Penny=1 cent, Nickel=5 cents, Dime=10 cents, Quarter=25 cents, Half Dollar=50 cents)

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  Subject Author Date
AnswerK Sengupta2008-10-29 00:00:12
Solutionjust did itBilly Bob2004-03-31 21:53:40
Here is one take on this.Dan Erickson2003-08-23 05:01:05
Some Thoughtsre: Challengederek2003-07-03 10:24:19
QuestionChallengeDJ2003-06-26 04:15:29
Questionofficial soluitonlevik2003-06-22 17:23:32
re: Solution (After all that)Charlie2003-06-20 08:55:20
SolutionThe listCharlie2003-06-18 09:39:45
SolutionSolutionJonny Doe2003-06-18 08:00:46
SolutionSolution (After all that)Lewis2003-06-18 07:06:19
re: Nickel? (Never mind, I know now)Lewis2003-06-18 06:54:54
QuestionNickel?Lewis2003-06-18 06:49:07
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