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No change

"Give me change for a dollar, please," said the customer.
"I'm sorry," said the cashier, "but I can't do it with the coins I have. In fact, I can't change a half dollar, quarter, dime or nickel."
"Do you have any coins at all?" asked the customer.
"Oh yes," said the cashier, "I have $1.15 in coins."
Which coins are in the cash register?
(The available coins are 50¢, 25¢, 10¢ 5¢ and 1¢.)

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