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How many ways can you make change for 67 cents?

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2015-11-10 20:49:13
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The answer depends on what part of the world the question is about.

The Eurozone has a 20 cent coin but not a 25 cent coin. The US, which is smaller, has a 25 cent coin but not a 20.

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