A country has bills of denominations of \( $ 1\), \($ 2\), \($ 5\), \($ 10\), \($ 20\) and \($ 50\).

We can pay \($ 30\) with three bills in exactly two different ways: \($ 10 + $ 10 + $ 10\), or \($ 20 + $ 5 + $ 5\).

What value of money can be paid in exactly three different ways with the same number of bills?

Note: Two ways are considered distinct if they use a different set of bills. So \( $20 + $5 + $5 \) is the same as \( $20 + $5 + $5 \).

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