Money

[["", ""], ["Cash", "Currency (Paper)"], ["Cash", "Coins"], ["", "Checks"], ["", "Credit Cards"], ["", "Debit Card"], ["", "Money Order"],]

6 (1983) = 5 (1981)

247.5 gr    480 gr.
-------- = --------               
 $10        $19.[39]

2 * 320
-------
 3 * 11


270 gr.    11/12
       

           Perth   Credit Suisse   Pamp
 1   gram          Yes             Yes
 2   gram          Yes
 2.5 gram                          Yes
 5   gram  Yes     Yes             Yes
10   gram  Yes     Yes             Yes
20   gram  Yes     Yes


 1 ounce troy
 5 ounce troy
10 ounce troy


U.S. Department of the Treasury
http://www.treasury.gov/resource-center/faqs/Currency/Pages/default.aspx
www.treasury.gov
	> Resource Center
		> FAQs
			> Currency
				> Legal Tender Status
http://www.treasury.gov/resource-center/faqs/Currency/Pages/legal-tender.aspx

Legal Tender
The creditor must accept US dollars.
http://www.marketoracle.co.uk/Article10370.html United States coins and currency (including Federal reserve notes and circulating notes of Federal reserve banks and national banks) are legal tender for all debts, public charges, taxes and dues. Foreign gold or silver coins are not legal tender for debts. —31 U.S.C. § 5103
Accepted Payments:

$6.20 Cash
1 Quarter ($0.25 face value dated 1932 to 1964)

$2.48 Cash
$0.10 U.S. Dime (dated 1916 to 1945)

Coinflation
http://www.coinflation.com/coins/1932-1964-Silver-Washington-Quarter-Value.html

  1. What is Money?
  2. Aristotle's Four Properties of Money
    1. Durability
    2. Portability
    3. Divisibility
    4. Intrinsic Value
  3. History of U.S. Money

1. Ask questions about coins.
	* Why is a dime smaller than a nickel?
	* Why do most coins have reeded edges?
	* 
2. Explain what money is.
3. Answer questions from 1.

Canadian vs. U.S. denomination
         Eagle  Maple
1.00 ozt 50 a   50 a
0.50 ozt 25 a   20 b
0.25 0zt 10 b   10 b
0.10 0zt  5 a    5 a
0.05 ozt         1 c
Coin Compositions
ClassKaratsParts PerPercentageApprox. %
Pure Gold2412/121.000100.00
Standard Gold2211/120.91691.67

Gold Buffalo
An.Year1 ozt1/2 ozt1/4 ozt1/10 ozt
12006YesNoNoNo
22007YesNoNoNo
32008YesYesYesYes
42009YesYesYesYes
52010YesYesYesYes
62011YesYesYesYes
72012YesYesYesYes
FORM			ISSUER
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coins : cash : money	governments
notes : cash : money	governments

checks : money		banks
money orders : money	institutions
credit : money		banks
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Reason for businesses not to accept cash.
* employees might steal

http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/

31 U.S.C. section 5112(h)
The coins issued under this title shall be legal tender as provided in section 5103 of this title.

Here's what I don't understand.
American Eagles (silver and gold) are already legal tender by the U.S. Code.
So why does Utah have to restate what already is.