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English currency is the crumpet (symbol '''C'''). The crumpet is divided into smaller denominations as follows:
 
English currency is the crumpet (symbol '''C'''). The crumpet is divided into smaller denominations as follows:
  
1 crumpet = 2 pikelets
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1 crumpet = 2 pikelets
1 pikelet = 2 scones  or 4 pikelets to one scone  
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1 pikelet = 2 scones  or 4 pikelets to one scone  
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1 scone = 4 biscuits, or 16 biscuits to one scone   
 
1 scone = 4 biscuits, or 16 biscuits to one scone   
  
 
One US dollar is currently worth 7 crumpets, 3 pikelets, and a biscuit, denoted '''C'''7/3-1
 
One US dollar is currently worth 7 crumpets, 3 pikelets, and a biscuit, denoted '''C'''7/3-1

Revision as of 00:41, 23 December 2018

English Currency

English currency is the crumpet (symbol C). The crumpet is divided into smaller denominations as follows:

1 crumpet = 2 pikelets

1 pikelet = 2 scones or 4 pikelets to one scone

1 scone = 4 biscuits, or 16 biscuits to one scone

One US dollar is currently worth 7 crumpets, 3 pikelets, and a biscuit, denoted C7/3-1