use denomination in a sentence.
They'll probably switch to higher denominations, then.
We'll be in a heap of trouble, because there are no larger denominations.
Since you're mentioning the denomination for everyone else, Russian Christians = Eastern Orthodox.
See, the 15k in capital will be given out in denominations of canned food.
Different-sized notes also defeat counterfeiters who bleach smaller denominations and print a higher one.
So why wouldn't they just have the denomination embossed in braille?
Most Protestant denominations I'm familiar with encourage tithing, all at 10%.
Less money in denomination, but the total purchasing power isn't less.
If you're inventing a new currency from scratch, why not have a smaller minimum denomination?
Why is reducing the number of denominations important?
I perform insertions of multiple denominations by pre-sorting the new bills and then just merge with wallet bills.
Australia, to the best of my knowledge, doesn't even have a denomination smaller than the nickel.
Abolish the penny, use a uniform rounding rule to make the nickel the smallest denomination.
As I understand it you basically deposit and withdrawal BTC in the ZeroCoin ether (much like a mixer service) using standard denominations, then you make you actual arbitrary denominated transactions with your new Bitcoins.
There can be multiple denominations of ZeroCoins, but it's in everyone's interest for the set of denominations to be small, otherwise you lose anonymity.
The author walks through the iterative construction of the following Clojure code for figuring out how to make a specified amount out of coin denominations: (defn change-for [amount] (let [denominations [25 10 5 1] amounts (reductions #(rem %1 %2) amount denominations) coins (map #(int (/ %1 %2)) amounts denominations)] (mapcat #(take %1 (repeat %2)) coins denominations))) He does it while trying to minimize the "cost" of the code, which is defined in an interesting way for anyone who mostly writes imperative code.
On the subject of coin usability, I'd say one requirement is that any coin denomination should divide cleanly into 100.
That sounds like a reasonable long-term solution (I never understood why the US mints coins with fake denominations anyway), but it wouldn't apply to this case.
And in twenty years, abolish the nickel, use a uniform rounding rule to make the dime the smallest denomination.
The different sizes make it possible to select a given denomination without either doing an O(n) lookup, or having to keep your wallet sorted.
Elder has different meanings in different denominations, and isn't unique to Protestants (it is, however, mostly Christian).
File this under "awesome":US treasury secretary can issue platinum coins of any denomination.