What Are The Two Coins?

Author: Gabriella Simonetti
2 weeks ago

Riddle: You have two coins, and their total value is 11¢. One of the coins is not a penny. What are the two coins?
Answer: The two coins are a dime and a penny. I said "ONE of the coins is not a penny"; if one of the coins is not a penny, then the other coin IS a penny. The coin that is not a penny has to be a dime because the total value should be 11¢.
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You have two coins, and their total value is 11¢. One of the coins is not a penny. What are the two coins?
What Are the Two Coins? by Gabriella Simonetti v1.


Riddle: You have two coins, and their total value is 11¢. One of the coins is not a penny. What are the two coins? Answer: The two coins are a dime and a penny. I said "ONE of the coins is not a penny"; if one of the coins is not a penny, then the other coin IS a penny. The coin that is not a penny has to be a dime because the total value should be 11¢.
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