Q: What is the width of a toonie?

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thats not a valid question a toonie is money and a gallon is a unit of measure

length 14cm, width 2cm This is worked out by finding the following equations: perimeter = 16 x width length = width + 12 Then working out 16 x width = 2 x (width + 12) + 2 x width -> 14 x width = 2 x (width + 12) -> 14 x width = 2 x width + 24 -> 12 x width = 24 -> width = 2cm Since lendth = width + 12, length = 14cm

perimeter = length + length + width + width = 2*length + 2*width = 36 length = 5*width 2*(5*width) + 2*width = 36 12*width = 36 width = 3 length = 15

AREA = LENGTH x WIDTH LENGTH = 2 X WIDTH AREA = 2 x WIDTH X WIDTH = 900 900/2 = WIDTH X WIDTH 450 = WIDTH X WIDTH = WIDTH SQUARED WIDTH = SQUARE ROOT (450) = 21.21 FEET LENGTH = 42.42 FEET

= If a rectangle is 10 meters longer than its width what is its width? =

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A polar bear is on the reverse side of a Toonie.

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No, a toonie is not a pure substance. It is made of a combination of different metals - specifically, a toonie is a bi-metallic coin made of a nickel outer ring and a bronze-alloy center.

The outer ring of the toonie is 99% nickel. The center is 92% copper, 6% aluminium, and 2% nickel.

first you grab the toonie then take the drill and put it in the center and hold down the trigger (if it doesn't work who cares any way because who would want to drill a whole through a toonie anyway?)

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There are two animals on the Canadian two-dollar coin, commonly referred to as the toonie. These animals are a polar bear and an Arctic hare.

The Polar Bear is depicted on Canada's Toonie.

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The Polar Bear is on the toonie because of its unique beauty. It lives in northern Canada and is a true symbol of that part of our country. The Polar bear also symbolizes our country because of their true strength and determination.