Q: What is the fewest number of coins you can use to make 0.13?

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Usually you can't, because it's less than 1. If I HAVE to write it, I would write 013/20.

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The BSB number 013-479 belongs to the ANZ Bank at Rowville, Victoria.

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That answer is not correct... To receive the size of the diameter you multiply the first number by .013 & then add .06". So, the math is as follows: 10*.013+.06= .19" Major Diameter. I'm not quite sure why the numbers .013 and .06 are used, but i will research this.

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013 inches is approximately 33 centimetres, or one third of a metre.

18 billion 796 thousand 013 would be written as: 18,000,796,013.

To convert .013 thousandths to millimeters, you would multiply by 0.0254, since 1 inch is approximately 25.4 millimeters. Therefore, .013 thousandths is equal to 0.33 millimeters.

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Usually you can't, because it's less than 1. If I HAVE to write it, I would write 013/20.