Q: What is 98 cents times 10?

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9 times with a remainder of 8 or 9.8 times

no 0.07 is 10 times smaller like 7 cents is 10 times smaller than 70 cents

10 cents is 10. cents 4 cents is 4. cents.

The postage from the US for an ordinary first class letter of 1 ounce or less is 98 cents You can buy a 98-cent stamps or use any combination of stamps whose total value is 98 cents of more. 2 forever stamps plus a 10-cent stamp would work.

3 ways. 10 cents+10 cents+10 cents=30 cents 20 cents+10 cents=30 cents 5 cents+5 cents+5 cents+5 cents+5 cents+5 cents=30 cents Hope that helped you

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Yes - 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. (44 + 44 + 10 = 98)

No. Postage to Ireland from the US is 98 cents, but only 44 cents for domestic letters.

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No. It is equal to comparing 80 cents and 98 cents.

Its 98. 7*4=28.7*10=70. 70+28=98

A standard letter from the US to the UK is 94 cents as of 12/10/08.

The rate is 98 cents for an ordinary letter. You can buy 98-cent stamps, but any combination of valid US stamps that 98 cents or more will work, eg two 44's plus a 10-center.

This common card is worth less than 10 cents.

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.