# Czech crowns

Oldrich has one crown. Peter has five crowns coin, a two crown coin and a one-crown coin. Radek has twenty-crown banknote, ten banknote and five-crown coin. The boys got one fifty-one crown and one crown coin. How can they share the money fairly when they can not change the coins?

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