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Q: What fractionof two pound is twenty pence?

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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

There are 200 Pence in Two Pounds, therefore - 20 Pence is one tenth (1/10th) or 10% of Two Pounds.

The weight of currently circulating British coinage is as follows: One pence: 3.56g Two pence : 7.13g Five pence : 3.25g Ten pence : 6.50g Twenty pence : 5.00g Fifty pence : 8.00g One pound : 9.50g Two pound : 12.00g Five pound : 28.28g

The pound is represented with £, and pennies are represented with p. * One Pence - 1/100 of a Pound * Two Pence -2/100 of a Pound * Five Pence - 5/100 of a Pound * Ten Pence - 10/100 of a Pound * Twenty Pence - 20/100 of a Pound * Fifty Pence - 50/100 of a Pound (aka 1/2, or Half Pound) * One Pound - 100/100, 1 full Pound * Two Pounds- 200/100, 2 full Pounds

General circulation legal tender British coins in circulation in 1984 were - Halfpenny - withdrawn and demonetised in 1984 Penny Two Pence Five Pence Ten Pence Twenty Pence Twenty-Five Pence Fifty Pence One Pound The term "New" referring to Pence, was dropped from 1982 onwards. The gold Half-Sovereigns, Sovereigns, Two Pound and Five Pound coins are not considered general circulation coins, but are non-circulating legal tender.

A UK one pence coin has a diameter of 20.32 millimetres. A two pence coin has a diameter of 25.9mm. A five pence has a diameter of 18mm. A ten pence has a diameter of 24.5mm. A twenty pence is heptagonal and has a diameter of 21.4mm. A fifty pence is heptagonal and has a diameter of 27.3mm. A one pound coin has a diameter of 22.5mm. A two pound coin has a diameter of 28.4mm.

There are 200 Pence in Two Pounds. There are 480 Pence in a predecimal Two Pounds.

A Two Pence coin weighs 7.12 grams. There are 50 Two Pence coins in a Pound. One Pound worth of Two Pence coins weighs 356 grams.

Two pounds is 200 pence, so 25 pence is 1/8 of that.

Coins in circulation in England and Wales: Two-pound coin, One-pound coin, fifty pence coin, twenty pence coin, ten pence coin, five pence coin, two pence coin and one pence coin. Ireland uses the Euro, which has a different set of coinage than in England. Scotland uses the "Scottish pound" - the exchange rate is exactly the same number of Scottish pounds to an English pound. England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland make up the UK.

Halfpenny - withdrawn and demonetised in 1984. Penny - the pre-1992 bronze Penny is still potentially in circulation. Two Pence - the pre-1992 bronze Two Pence is still potentially in circulation. Five Pence - the larger pre-1990 Five Pence was withdrawn and demonetised in 1991. Ten Pence - the larger pre-1992 Ten Pence was withdrawn and demonetised in 1993. Twenty Pence - all issues of the Twenty Pence coin are still potentially in circulation. Twenty-Five Pence - (Crown) was not intended to be a circulating coin, but is still legal tender. Try your luck. Fifty Pence - the larger pre-1997 Five Pence was withdrawn and demonetised in 1998. One Pound - all issues of the One Pound coin are still potentially in circulation. The gold Half-Sovereigns, Sovereigns, Two Pound and Five Pound coins are not considered general circulation coins, but are non-circulating legal tender. If you happen to have one of these, do not spend it, they are worth far more than the face value suggests.

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