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How many different ways can you make a total of 33 baht with Thai currency?

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1 baht 5 baht 10 baht

You can use one, five and ten baht coins.


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Here are all of the ways of making 33 baht:

10 baht

5 baht

1 baht

303
223
218
2013
143
138
1213
1118
1023
063
058
0413
0318
0223
0128
0033

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