Q: What seven coins make .32 cents?

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The answer will depend on the country (or region) whose currency the question is about. Different countries have coins of different values. For example, the US has a 25 cent coin but not a 20 while the Eurozone has 20 cents but not 25.The answer will depend on the country (or region) whose currency the question is about. Different countries have coins of different values. For example, the US has a 25 cent coin but not a 20 while the Eurozone has 20 cents but not 25.The answer will depend on the country (or region) whose currency the question is about. Different countries have coins of different values. For example, the US has a 25 cent coin but not a 20 while the Eurozone has 20 cents but not 25.The answer will depend on the country (or region) whose currency the question is about. Different countries have coins of different values. For example, the US has a 25 cent coin but not a 20 while the Eurozone has 20 cents but not 25.

32.02 cents rounds down to 32 cents.

.32 Cents

seven eighths of 32= 32 divid 8= 4 x 7 = 28

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The word "Cents" is a form of money. As in "Dollars". Cents is the value of coins such as fifty cents...or 32 cents

This question cannot be answered because many countries use cents as a unit of currency and these countries have different coins. Without knowing which coinage system you refer to, there can be no proper answer.

The rate for first class postage at that time went up to 32 cents. It was raised one cent from 29 cents. So the G would have a face value of 32 cents.

32 cents

The G rate dove stamp was issued in 1995 when postage went from 29 cents to 32 cents. The make up rate stamp can still be used for 3 cents of postage.

A G stamp has a face value of 32 cents. You would have to add 27 cents to mail a letter with it.

Yes there is. The 'G' Stamp was a 32 cent stamp and was issued because of the rate change from 29 cents to 32 cents in 1994. The make up 'G' stamp (3 cents) was for people who had left over 29 cent stamps to use both stamps on a envelope, 29 cent plus 3 cent (make up 'G' stamp) to equal the new rate of 32 cents.

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The "Blue Dove" stamp had a denomination of 3 cents, according to the link below.

The G make up rate stamp can still be used for 3 cents of postage. The dove stamp was issued in 1995 when postage went from 29 cents to 32 cents.

It will depend on the specific type it is. The bottom line of the stamp tells you the type. If it has US Addresses only, it has a face value of 32 cents, the postcard is worth 20 cents and the First Class Presort is 25 cents. The make up rate stamp is worth 3 cents.