What Two Coins Make up 35 Cents If One of Them Cannot Be a Quater?

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Two coins that make up 35 cents would be a quarter and a dime. One of them cannot be a quarter, so that one is a dime, but it doesn't say that the other one cannot be a quarter, therefore, that one is a quarter.
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This is common sense.One is a quarter,therefore is not a nickel.The other one IS a nickel.That's the riddle as I remember it.I feel badly giving such a short answer,but that's all
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A dime and a quarter. The dime is the one that isn't a quarter. Source(s): Old puzzle
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A quarter and a nickel. One of them is not a quarter.
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