Best Answer

22 stamps

Q: How many different amounts of postage can you make out of 4 three cent stamps and 3 five cent stamps?

Write your answer...

Submit

Still have questions?

Continue Learning about Algebra

356891011121314151617181921222427total 22 different amounts of postage

Christina collects stamps. She has 47 stamps in all. She has 20 stamps from Europe. The number of African stamps is 2 times the number of Asian stamps. How many stamps from each of these three continents does she have?

The answer is she has 20 stamps from Europe, 18 stamps from Africa and 9 stamps from Asian. 18+9=27+20=47 47 stamps in all

Yes it is. A normal, 3:4:5 triangle has a right angle, three different angles, and three different sides. There should be more for you to find.

10 ÷ 60 10 ┌ 60 10/60

Related questions

356891011121314151617181921222427total 22 different amounts of postage

If you have four 25 stamps and three 30 stamps altogether it would by worth 190.

20

The postage to send a letter from the United States to the United Arab Emirates is $1.15. You would need to use three stamps, or you could go to the post office and let them apply the postage which would cost a little less than the price of three stamps.

Postage is determined by weight and by size. An envelope with three pieces of normal paper can normally be sent with one first class postage stamp. Additional stamps may be required based on additional ounces and on the size of the envelope.

Yes, but that would be foolish. Buy some one-cent stamps to make up the 42 cent postage and save those 41 cent stamps.

If you buy the stamps and never use them, that's to many, if you buy stamps you think you might need and never use, that's to many, if you buy stamps just to have and admire them, that's collecting and your in the wrong section of WikiAnswers, you belong in collectibles.

Three 44- cent or forever stamps will work, but the postage is only 98 cents- you would wasting 34 cents. You can buy 98-cents stamps or 10-cent stamps at the PO.

Abraham Baldwin Walter F. George Richard B. Russell, Jr.

Over three gallons of petrol. Eighty postage stamps for an inland letter. Twelve pints of Bitter.

Postage is 98 cents for a standard letter from the US. You can buy a 98-cent stamps or use any combination that totals 98 cent or more. For example two forever stamps plus a 10-cent stamp. If all you have is forever stamps, you would have to use three of them.

Nine.