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Question: a. Write the value of every different denomination of British Pound notes used in everyday transactions.

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Question: Using five of the letters in the word Europe, spell out the name of a unit of currency used in a certain Asian country.

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Question: What products are advertised with these slogans: a. "With a name like ... It has to be good" b. "Good to the last drop" c. "Can you hear me now"

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Question: BONUS: With currency in short supply, in 1685 Canada began to assign monetary value to certain playthings, and used them as money. What were they?

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