10 pence is one tenth of a pound.
There are 100 pence in one pound. Therefore, 5 pence is equal to 5/100 or 1/20 of a pound.
There are 100 pence in one pound. Therefore, 68 pence is equal to 68/100 pounds.
It is 120 pence/100 pence = 6/5
One fifth 100 pence = 1 pound 100 / 20 = 5
1 twentieth .
13/100 there is no other way of simplifying this fraction :)
2 Pounds equals 200 Pence. Therefore 20 Pence is one tenth of 2 Pounds.
It is: 99/100 or 0.99 as a decimal
The fraction is Â£41/100. Since 41 is smaller than 100, there is no vulgar fraction possible.
One fiftieth of a pound is two pence 1/50 of £1.00= £0.02
There are 100 Pence in a Pound, so 65 Pence would be 65% of One Pound. Your ancestors are taught only fractions, not decimals until a few years before decimalisation in 1971. Your ancestors learn that there are twenty shillings make one pound. Then, twelve pence make one shilling. That pre-decimal subdivision persisted until 15th Feb., 1971. Then, the pound is much simpler with one hundred new pence make one pound. So, 65 pence is 13 shillings before 1971. 65 pence is 13/20 of pound.
One pence is worth one hundredth of a pound, two pence is worth two one hundredth's of a pound, five pence is worth five one hundredth's of a pound, ten pence is a tenth of a pound, twenty pence is worth two tenths of a pound and fifty pence is worth half a pound. A pound is worth a pound, two pounds are worth two pounds
one hundredth £1 / 100 = £0.01 = 1 pence 1/100
There are 100 pence in one Pound sterling.
Well, 1 pound is 100 pence and we're dealing with 46 of the 100 so the answer is 46/100. We can simplify our answer to 23/50 so 23/50 or 46/100 is the answer.
It is: 50/500 = 1/10 simplified
It is 4/100, which can be simplified but it can be worth waiting to see if there are other fractions of a pound to be added or subtracted.
There are 100 pence in a Pound (GBP). There were 240 pence in a pre-decimal Pound. (12 Pence in a Shilling, 20 Shillings in a Pound.) Or use the currency converter in related links.
One pre-decimal pound was 20 shillings, one shilling was 12 pence, so one pound was 240 pence.
50 pence = half a pound So it will take 8 x 50 pence to equal 4 pounds Therefore, 50 pence = One Eighth of 4 pounds
15p/£1 = 15p/100p = 15/100 or 3/20