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Which of the following statements regarding coins is not true? a. Coins are usually metal based. b. Unlike paper money, the same coins are used in every country in the world. c. The creation of
coins is authorized by the government. d. Coins are used as a form of money.
Which of the following statements regarding coins is not true: b. Unlike paper money, the same coins are used in every country in the world.
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