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FatTofu

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#28058 17-Nov-2008 13:49
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Just wondering. The expression is used quite a bit and I can't find anything on NZ money, just US.

So yeah, if someone's got some free time and money lying around could they work out the value of:

1000kg of $100 notes -
1000kg of $50 notes -
1000kg of $20 notes -
1000kg of $10 notes -
1000kg of $5 notes -
1000kg of $2 coins -
1000kg of $1 coins -

If anyone wants to do the small change too then by all means.

Thanks guys, it will be another interesting but useless fact I can bring up around morning tea.

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FredDag
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  #178369 17-Nov-2008 14:15
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good place to start is the wieght of NZ coins:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Zealand_dollar

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  #178373 17-Nov-2008 14:21
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1000kg of the following coins has the following values (give or take)

10 cent coins = $30303
20 cent coins = $50000
50 cent coins = $100000
$1 coins = $125000
$2 coins = $200000

 
 
 
 


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  #178379 17-Nov-2008 14:53
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