I Need Change For 100 Rs It Should Not Be 10 Rs Notes But
It Should Contain 10 Notes, Any Ideas?
Answer Posted / titu chandra sahu
50 rupees notes = 1
20 rupees notes = 1
5 rupees notes = 5
2 rupees notes = 2
1 rupees notes = 1
100 = 10
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