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Last night I was sitting out late on the porch sipping a little Jameson and reminiscing... about the old days at Second Chance. And for whatever reason, my mind drifted to Richard Davis and his trivia questions.

I remembered - I got this one right away - and felt fairly proud of myself because I hardly ever got any of his questions.

PLEASE DON'T GOOGLE IT! (That would be super lame.)

What is the most amount of change you can have and still not be able to make exact change for a dollar?

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Ok, no duplicate coins, only face value counts... $114.19 :devil:

Kennedy silver Dollar

Susan B dollar

Sacagawea dollar

Liberty $20 coin

Golden Eagle $5, $10, $25, and $50

1 .1/2 Dollar

1 quarter

4 dimes

4 pennies

Edited by GuildSF4

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I like 99 pennies.

umm 19 wooden nickles are more volume.

miranda

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1.19

3 q

4 dimes

and 4 pennies

That's it.

If you had a one dollar coin you could make exact change for a dollar.

Miranda - PM me - let me know what I can send you (if you happen to have a book) - some Slide-Glide perhaps?

:D

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Congrats to Miranda, but I find it a little disturbing that BE suggested the lube for a prize.........just saying.

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I was wondering if I could have the slide glide as an option...

I am also feeling very lucky for being the first to answer an easy one.

now to write a PM...

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Congrats to Miranda, but I find it a little disturbing that BE suggested the lube for a prize.........just saying.

Order it...special delivery!

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If you can use no longer minted US coins.. this value chnages ... a lot! lol

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Actually you could have an infinite number of Euros and not make exact change for a dollar (you didn't mention US coins as a parameter)

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Second Chance. Fun times. I don't think I ever got a trivia question and I went for 10 years, 1981 til 1990.

Edited by Bill Nesbitt

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