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    Nov. 25, 2012

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I feel it necessary to put here that should you not harass me or anything like that we shall likely get along, unless I harass you subconsciously from my bigoted days of being grade 1, in which case tell me and I will try my best to fight my subconscious. Spamming is also not great, please stop upon 3 warnings or be muted.

I may swear sometimes, please make allowances.

ok this is a logic question it will be updated whenever i feel like :) (Next: Feb 20)

I have a 3×3×3 grid; it has a solid center. I need to fill it with coins (2 coins each) so as to fit the following description. But first, I need to know how much money I’ll need, excluding the cost of the grid. (That’s your job to figure it out: how much money will I need?)

None of the 8 corners will be the same. The rest of the spaces must have at least one other space with the same amount of money.
None of the 8 corners exceed a dollar. The rest of the spaces all do.
4 of the corners lack a quarter. Half of the other spaces also do. The other 11 have 12 quarters.
I can only use coins that are currently being minted. (in Canada.)
The 4 corners closest to one of the corners must add up to exceed a toonie. That corner will contain 30 cents.
The spaces bordering the center all have half dollars in them. There are less than 9 in total.
Three of the corners contain the least amount possible.
There are 4 toonies.

http://pastebin.com/wBRFGR7M for past answers

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