Q: What is the area of a 10p?

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the product of 10p (p–q) is 10p²-10pq Given: 10p (p–q) To find : the product of 10p (p–q) Solution: we have to find the product of 10p (p–q). so product of any number means the multiplication multiply (p–q). by 10p we get, =10p× (p–q) =10p×p-10p× q =10p²-10pq the product of 10p (p–q) is 10p²-10pq

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'10p' is money, a 10 pence piece.

36 x 10p in Â£3.60

10p = 180 p = 18

20

10p is 1/20th or 5% of Â£2.00

ten 10 x 10p = 100p = £1

fraction = 1/2 10p/20p = 1/2

A British 10p coin, and all British coins for that matter, are not magnetic.