You have some ninety-odd dollars on you. It is in the form of 20-, 10-, and 5-dollar bills; toonies (Canadian $2 coin); loonies (Canadian $1 coin); quarters; dimes; and nickels. There is a different, odd number of each bill (from 1, 3, and 5) and the same for the coins (but from 1, 3, 5, 7, 9). The total amount of money is evenly divisible by 25 cents. The number of nickels is the same as the number of one of the bills; the same is true about the number of dimes. There are not nine quarters. Lastly, if you had $99 or more, you would probably just say that you had about $100, and so would I.

How money do you have?

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