0.25 Ltr each
Possibly. If shared equally they would get 4/5 of the original chocolate brownies each.
They would each get two thirds of a piece.
In order to share shares equally within a company, one would need to divide the shares equally among the initial shareholders. If there are 5 people with shares in a new company, each person should have 20% of the initial shares.
Each person would receive two whole apples and one third each.
Voltage sources (batteries) connected in series would add up and share the load equally.
None. You would need at least 800 dollars for each of them to have even one 100 dollar bill.
There are many things that people would like to share about their culture. Most people would like to share their traditions.
If you are dealing with Pounds and Pence, 0.9 would indicate 90 Pence. 9 Pence would be shown as 0.09 on your calculator.
Yes, if (a) they have additional containers or (b) are prepared to take turns. They would get 2/5 or 40% of a can each if they shared equally.
You would have spent 36 pence, which would leave you with 64 pence change.
It would be 100/16 pence = 6.25 pence. However, since there is no 0.25 pence, it would probably be rounded down to 0.6 pence.
everyone would have the same amount to save, spend, and share the world wouldn't be as good though
160516.05 would be 1605 pence.
No. Had the person who wrote the will wanted them to benefit they would have been mentioned. However, if the intention is to share the estate, check with the executor whether such distribution would negate the bequest.
There would be 24 Ten Pence coins in £2.40.
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 bond is covalent. If the electrons are shared equally, the molecule would be nonpolar.
The answer depends on what the question is.
There are 100 pence in a pound. Multiply by 100
You would have a 1 Penny and a 10 Pence coin.
one of the coins is not a 10 pence, so you would need 1 5 pence and one 10 pence.