The British pound (symbol: '£', code: 'GBP') is used in the United Kingdom and most of its overseas territories.
Many countries use a dollar as their currency and many use a pound. The question needs to be more specific.
In most countries to separately deal with major currency units Pounds, Euros, Dollars etc, from the minor units: pence, cents, cents.
It would help answer this question f you mentioned which countries' pounds and dollars you meant. Without that information there is no way to give an answer.
There are many countries (or regions) which use cents as their minor currency unit and many others which use pound as the major unit. There is no information provided as to which country the question is about and so it cannot be answered.
add Multiply the unit price by the total number of pounds
The USA is the only country which still uses pounds for weight.
You would have to identify which country the pounds are from first. Many countries use pounds.
Yes; about 2.2 pounds. (Actually, different countries use different values for the pound.)
Divide the pounds by 2.204623 (= approx 2.205). It is not just a European measure but an International one. All developed countries and most developing countries use the SI system. The countries that still use pounds mainly are the US, Burma, Liberia and some Caribbean islands.
All of them except the USA.
The only country which still measures weight in pounds instead of Kilograms is the USA.
It could be GBP30.00 (thirty pounds Sterling) although there are many other countries that also use pounds as their unit of currency.
That means that if two different scientists use SI units, they will use the SAME definition of the units, even if they live in different countries. In contrast, if they use "pounds" for example, this isn't the case, since different countries may use different definitions of pounds.
This is a negative question. There are hundreds of countries which do not use the pound as currency, too many to list here. Try looking up:What countries use the pound for currency
Both countries use the pound as their currency but generally you can't use Manx pounds in the UK but you can often exchange them at banks for free. UK pounds can be used in Isle of Man however.
Gramm (g) Weird countries sometimes use other units such as ounces or pounds.
Probably use kilograms, they're bigger than pounds. Most other countries use kilograms. Example: I weigh 120 pounds, which means I also weigh 54 kilograms.