Q: How many one pence are there in 10?

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10 pence is one tenth of a pound.

10. Pence is the plural of Penny. 1 Penny or 2 Pence, or I have a pocketful of Pennies.

360 "old" pence was equivalent to £1/10/-, or One Pound, Ten Shillings. At decimalisation, One Pound became 100 "New" Pence and Ten Shillings became 50 "New" Pence. 360 "old" Pence converted to 150 "New" Pence or £1.50 in decimal currency.

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This is a common riddle and misconception. 1 of the 2 coins isn't a 20 pence, but the other one will be, thus, a 20 pence and 10 pence add up to 30 pence.

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70 pence/1 pound = 70 pence /100 pence = 70/100 = 7/10 or 0.770 pence/1 pound = 70 pence /100 pence = 70/100 = 7/10 or 0.770 pence/1 pound = 70 pence /100 pence = 70/100 = 7/10 or 0.770 pence/1 pound = 70 pence /100 pence = 70/100 = 7/10 or 0.7

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

The current British 10 Pence coin measures 24.5 mm in diameter, so you would need 41 10 Pence coins to make just over a metre.

It is: 10 pence - 9 pence = 1 pence

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A twenty pence coin has one 'edge' with seven 'faces'