Q: What percentage is 5 pence to 2 pound?

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There are 100 pence per pound. Five pence is 5/100 or in lowest terms, 1/20.

you mean a half a pound? (5/10)?

It is 40/200 or 1/5 in its simplest form

There are 80 lots of 5 pence pieces in a Great British pound. =)

1 twentieth .

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If you mean value these are in general circulation; 1 pence 2 pence 5 pence 10 pence 20 pence 50 pence 1 pound 2 pound 5 pound (Quite rare to see them)

British Coins currently in circulation include the - 1 Penny 2 Pence 5 Pence 10 Pence 20 Pence 50 Pence 1 Pound 2 Pound 5 pound (although it is legal tender, it is not often seen in circulation) British banknotes currently in circulation include the - Five Pound Ten Pound Twenty Pound Fifty Pound

British coins currently in circulation include the - 1 Penny 2 Pence 5 Pence 10 Pence 20 Pence 50 Pence 1 Pound 2 Pound 5 pound (although it is legal tender, it is not often seen in circulation) British banknotes currently in circulation include the - Five Pound Ten Pound Twenty Pound Fifty Pound

Currently, British general circulation currency comes in the following denominations - 1 Penny coin 2 Pence coin 5 Pence coin 10 Pence coin 20 Pence coin 50 Pence coin 1 Pound coin 2 Pound coin 5 Pound note 10 Pound note 20 Pound note 50 Pound note

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 per pound. Five pence is 5/100 or in lowest terms, 1/20.

Current Bank of England banknotes are of the following denominations - Five Pounds Ten Pounds Twenty Pounds Fifty Pounds There are no current plans to introduce a higher denomination banknote.

As at May 2013, the British general circulation coinage consists of - 1 Penny 2 Pence 5 Pence 10 Pence 20 Pence 50 Pence 1 Pound 2 Pound coins. The Five Pound (Crown) coin is legal tender, but is not widely accepted due to its unfamiliarity.

British general circulation decimal coins, years of first issue - Half New Penny - 1971 Half Penny - 1982 1 New Penny - 1971 1 Penny - 1982 2 New Pence - 1971 2 Pence - 1982 5 New Pence - 1968 5 New Pence - 1982 10 New Pence - 1968 10 Pence - 1982 20 Pence - 1982 25 Pence (Crown) - 1972 50 New Pence - 1969 50 Pence - 1982 1 Pound - 1983 2 Pound - 1986 5 Pound (Crown) - 1990

you mean a half a pound? (5/10)?

4/5 of a pound.

It is 40/200 or 1/5 in its simplest form