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What Are My Coin Riddles
I am 1 coin and I equal 1 cent. What am I? Think about it and click to see the answer.
I am 2 coins and I equal 2 cents. What am I? Think about it and click to see the answer.
I am 9 coins and I equal 9 cents. What am I? Think about it and click to see the answer.
I am 3 coins and I equal 3 cents. What am I? Think about it and click to see the answer.
I am 5 coins and I equal 5 cents. What am I? Think about it and click to see the answer.
I am 7 coins and I equal 7 cents. What am I? Think about it and click to see the answer.
I am 4 coins and I equal 4 cents. What am I? Think about it and click to see the answer.
I am 8 coins and I equal 8 cents. What am I? Think about it and click to see the answer.
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