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Because he is the inventor of the steam engine.

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Q: Why is James Watt on the 50 pound note?
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Where do you find a bio about James watt 50 words long?

gekk.com


What does the 50 pound note look like?

Slang for a British £50 note:- 50 quid 50 nicker a nifty a bullseye half a tonne


How much does a 50 note weigh?

A 50-pound banknote weighs one gram.


Who invented the cash note?

sir Benjamin poolon invented the cash note because when he was 4 , he started being intreseted in old coins and money. Then in 1236 when he was 14 he created the 50 pound note that then was closley followed by the 20 pound note the 5 pound note and the ten pound note.


What are the increments for British money?

Currently, British general circulation currency comes in the following denominations - 1 Penny coin 2 Pence coin 5 Pence coin 10 Pence coin 20 Pence coin 50 Pence coin 1 Pound coin 2 Pound coin 5 Pound note 10 Pound note 20 Pound note 50 Pound note


What is the largest english currency note available?

The largest demotion banknote for the British pound is the £50 note.


How much do and pound200000 and pound50pound notes weigh?

A pound note typically weighs about 1 gram, so 200,000 pound notes would weigh about 200 kilograms. A 50 pound note weighs roughly 1 gram, so 50 notes would weigh about 50 grams.


What colour is a 50 pound note in Spain?

The current British Fifty Pound notes are mostly red no matter which country they are in.


What is another way to say 50 note?

There are several ways one may refer to a 50 note, such as 'Reddies'. 'Niftys' or 'Bullseye', for example is Cockney rhyming slang for a fifty pound note.


How much does a British 50 pound note weigh?

i think it weighs about 0.6g but i cant be sure


Who is face is on a 50 pound note?

The current British 50 pound note has a portrait of Queen Elizabeth the Second on the front and a portrait of Sir John Houblon (the first Governor of the Bank of England, serving in the post from 1694 to 1697) on the back.


Low voltage 50 watt bulb use same electricity as 50 watt incandescent?

Yes