Q: How many ways is there to make 20 pence using all coins?

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Two Pounds consists of 200 Pence, therefore forty 5 Pence coins make up Two Pounds.

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There are 100 pence in a pound So 5 twenty-pence coins make a pound. If there are 12 pounds in the bag, and it only contains twenty-pence coins, then there must be 12 times 5 twenty-pence coins. 12 x 5 = 60 60 twenty-pence coins = £12.00

It depends on the denominations of the coins and the exchange rate at the time.

5 ways.

There are 100 pence in a pound. Multiply by 100

8 of them

100 pence (p) make 1 pound £ So £10 x p / 2 = 500

The current British 10 Pence coin measures 24.5 mm in diameter, so you would need 41 10 Pence coins to make just over a metre.

five coins 0.25 / 0.05 = 5

There are 400 pence in four Pounds, therefore there are 40 x 10 pence coins in four Pounds.

420 10p coins

There would be 24 Ten Pence coins in £2.40.

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1 x 5 Pence coin plus 7 x 1 Penny coins = 12 Pence. 6 x 2 Pence coins equals 12 Pence.

As of May 2010, there are 8 British coins in general circulation. They are - 2 Pound 1 Pound 50 Pence 20 Pence 10 Pence 5 Pence 2 Pence 1 Penny

You could get 50 one pence coins.

There are 29 Olympic 2012 50 pence coins.

120 Pounds is equal to 12,000 Pence. 12,000 Pence divided by 2 Pence = 6,000 x 2 Pence coins.

200 Pounds is equal to 20,000 Pence. 20,000 Pence divided by 2 Pence = 10,000 x 2 Pence coins.

The term "New Pence" ceased to be used on British coins in 1981. The word "Pence" should have a numeral with it to indicate how many Pence. Pence being the plural of Penny. In 1997 there would have been 50 Pence, 20 Pence, 10 Pence, 5 Pence and 2 Pence coins and a 1 Penny coin.

The Royal Mint advises that 94,500,300 British 20 Pence coins were issued for 2009.

Only mint condition Uncirculated and Proof coins in the original packaging might have a value of Three Pounds, otherwise, 10 Pence coins are worth 10 Pence.

ten 0.50 / 0.05 = 10