Q: What fraction of one pound is 15 pence?

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The English Pound is comprised of one hundred pence. Therefore ten pence would require ten pennies and to reach one pound you would need ten 'ten-pence' coins. Accordingly, to achieve one pound or £1 Sterling in twenty pence coins you would need five coins. Finally, 15 twenty pence coins would equal £3 or Three pounds. Britain's coins are comprised 1p (penny) 2p (tuppence), 5p, 10p, 20p, 50p then £1 (one Pound) and £2 (two pound coins) We do not have £1 notes or 'bills' as Americans call them. However, in Scotland they are still in circulation. Scottish currency is interchangeable between England and Scotland...however occasionally some individuals can, for whatever reason, be reluctant to accept them. Our notes comprise of: £5, £10, £20, and £50. There are no larger notes. This is for an important reason; specifically to help control and monitor money laundering.

15 percent !... or 3/20

15 Pence

15 pence

3/20ths or 15%

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