- May 2, 1988 (Age: 29)
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Counting money is a fairly easy task, but it's useful to have a clear picture of the amount of change you have lying around. It can also be a good way to practice some maths. Learning how to properly count your money is a fun and quick task that is especially applicable if you work in the retail industry or your work involves using a cash register.
1.Gather together all your coins. The first thing to do is get together all your loose coins. Empty out your pockets, purse, wallet or anywhere else you keep coins. Spread them out on a flat surface so all the coins are visible are none of them are overlapping each other. You want to be able to distinguish each coin easily.
2.Organize by size and value. Next you can split the coins up into groups determined by their value. For example, scoop together all the nickels in one place, all the dimes in another, and so on. Do this until you have little piles of each coin. Then stack up the coins from each pile into a column. Once you've done this you should have a collection of little stacks of coins on the table http://www.ilmubahasainggris.com/