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ok you can only use dollar bills(50,20,10,5,1 etc) no coins. you need to use at least five of them to make $62.00 which bills would you use?

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In my opinion, to use at least five dollar bills so as to make $62 you need to use the following bills. The fist one is 50 bill, two five bills and two single dollar bills. The total will give you $62 and you will have use at least five dollar bills.

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I'd use two $20 bills, two $10 bills, and two $1 bills.

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3 $20's, 2 $1's/6 $10's, 2 $1's/1 $50, 2$ 5's, 2 $1's etc.

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I would use 62 one dollar bills.

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BlastedRemnants

If I was visiting your country I'd use 3 twenties and 2 ones. If I was at home in Canada I'd be SoL though, because fives are our smallest bills, making it impossible to make $62 with only paper money.

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BlastedRemnants
Some bright bulb decided that it would save money at the mint, not having to print off replacement bills every so often as they wear out. So, we got the "Loonie" our one dollar coin. Well, wouldn't ya know it, but a few years went by and some other bright bulb thought "Hey, the Loonie idea worked out so well, why not make a 2 dollar coin as well?". So, now we have "Toonies" too, which are 2 dollars. It's not really a big deal, except that by the end of the week I'm lugging around 40 pounds worth of change, lol.
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Too bad. Canadian paper money is so beautiful.
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You should see our new $100 and $50 bills, they have a cool little plastic window with a hologram in it. Actually the whole bill feels like plastic, I guess they're supposed to last longer and be very hard to forge.

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