Find the least and greatest number of coins, Mathematics

Marc goes to the store with exactly $1 in change. He has at least one of each coin less than a half-dollar coin, but he does not have a half-dollar coin.

a. What is the least number of coins he could have?

  • The least number of coins March could have is __.

b. What is the greatest number of coins he could have?

  • The greatest number of coins Marc could have is __.

 

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