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Prefixes Suffixes and Root Words
What are value of prefixes?
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What is the value of a British Pound Note signed J Page?
These are not uncommon, and value depends on condition and the serial number type in use. Furthermore, there are two main types of pound note with that signature. The first type with Britannia on the back varies between £2 for common prefixes in EF condition, to £200+ for prefixes S87L to S90L. The second type with Newton on the back varies between £2 as above to £100-200 for prefixes M01 and 81Z
How can decimal place-value relate to metric prefixes?
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What is the main value of knowing the general meaning of a word's prefix or suffix?
What are prefixes?
A prefix is a word form that attaches to the beginning of another word or word root, that alters or specifies its meaning. Examples of prefixes : re- (to repeat or undo an action) : reconstitute, rerun, reenter pre- (before) : preview, preregister, prediction exo- (outside) : exoskeleton, exosphere in/non/un- (negative, not, or undo) : inactivity, untie, non-perishable, nonfat Metric system The International System of Units (SI) specifies a set of unit prefixes known as SI prefixes or metric prefixes. These set the value of a unit in powers of 10. (see related question and link below)