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Infographic Coins (10 pics)

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  • 14 Dec, 2009  |
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The round shaped coins must have a lot of benefits that other figures such as a triangle or a square don’t.
Also, non-rounded coins may have many demerits.
Aside from those, travelers and other people who are not accustomed to the currency would be able to easily remember how much each of these coins is (as long as she knows how to read pie charts).


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№1 Author: Salted_Nuts (14 Dec 2009 03:26) Total user comments: 466


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awesome idea.
but wouldn't the quarters and 50cents be pokey in my pants..
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№2 Author: Mystified (14 Dec 2009 07:39) Total user comments: 0


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1 Cent 10% please explain .........
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№3 Author: Daedalus (14 Dec 2009 08:08) Total user comments: 27


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A better idea would've been to make the partial denominations like a pie chart. Then you could piece them together to make a dollar into a full circle. Ha!
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№4 Author: mgts (14 Dec 2009 08:15) Total user comments: 0


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1 cent is 10% of 10 cents
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№5 Author: nico (14 Dec 2009 12:54) Total user comments: 3050


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№6 Author: jurij (14 Dec 2009 15:07) Total user comments: 352


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№7 Author: DY (14 Dec 2009 21:57) Total user comments: 0


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Cool! The blind as well would have no problem with these coins.
But not likely to be adapted. Imagine all the vending and other machines that can't use these coins.
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№8 Author: nolife (14 Dec 2009 22:58) Total user comments: 1907


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cool
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№9 Author: gerachev (14 Dec 2009 23:41) Total user comments: 1600


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№10 Author: Louie (15 Dec 2009 01:00) Total user comments: 8189


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№11 Author: Pablonauta (16 Dec 2009 01:06) Total user comments: 217


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№12 Author: salsapopo (16 Dec 2009 09:14) Total user comments: 12723


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cool
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№13 Author: diablosin (16 Dec 2009 14:11) Total user comments: 105


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what about acute angles on 25 & 50 cents? 91
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№14 Author: Ty Webb (18 Dec 2009 07:12) Total user comments: 6156


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mgts,
so since the coin physically is 10% of a dollar i have to agree with 'mystified' and ask 10% please explain...but correctly this time.
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№15 Author: mahedi (15 Nov 2011 07:27) Total user comments: 10772


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