Q: How many two cent stamps are in a dozen?

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One dozen equals 12. Two dozen equals 24.

24 eggs are the equivalent of two dozen eggs. A dozen is 12, while a baker's dozen is 13.

Two dozen cookies are 12 x 2 = 24 cookies.Note, there are 12 to a dozen.

There are two syllables in the word dozen. The syllables of the word are do-zen.

A gross is a dozen dozen, or 144. So 288.

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12. A dozen equals 12!

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Yes, there are two cent stamps. They have been available almost since the first stamps were issued. For many decades the postage rate in the US was two cents. Today they are mostly used to add to other stamps to make up a new rate.

A dozen is 12, so twelve stamps!

2 and a half.

A dozen of anything is 12 (twelve). It doesn't matter if you are counting feathers or stamps. The English word dozen comes from the old form of the French word douzaine, meaning "a group of twelve". Because of that there are exactly 12 stamps in a dozen, regardless of their denomination.

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Both are in the U.S. You need first class U.S. postage.How many stamps is that? One 42-cent stamp. Forty-two one-cent stamps. Four ten-cent stamps and one two-cent stamp. One 25-cent stamp and one 17-cent stamp.

You need 3 stamps, two 44 cent ones, and a 10 cent one to make up the 98 cent requirement.

Lucky you.

In the US you can buy two 10- cent stamps, four 5-cent stamps. five 4-cent stamps, ten 2-cent stamps or twenty 1-cent stamps for 20 cents at most post office windows.