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1. ### Why do prices always say 1.99 why not 2.00?

...'s another question along the same train of thought: Why Do Gas Prices Always End in 9/10 of a Cent...

8 Answers · Education & Reference · 24/06/2012

2. ### why do stores charge \$1.99 and not \$2.00?

... have consistently been more likely to purchase something set at \$1.99, than they are for something set at \$2.00. This is because the brain...

3. ### How many stamps do i need for \$1.99??

... you only have 41 cent stamps, use 5 of them. The other person who answered didn't do the math right. You do, however, as they pointed out have a little more than needed 5 stamps would...

4. ### verizon wireless- \$1.99/MB...what does that equal exactly?

When I did pay as you go on Verizon 1.99/MB I didn't use it too...

1 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 14/07/2009

5. ### Determine the number of atoms in 1.99 mol Zn. And how do you solve these these types of problems?

I will do the work here, then explain it: 1.99 mole Zn * (6.022 * 10^23/ 1mole.... In order to find the number of atoms in 1.99 moles of Zn, multiply that number by Avogadro...

1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 16/12/2012

6. ### How does a small business of 1-99 employees stay in business?

We do it by having fewer than 100 employees, for ...you keep. In the case of a product or service, usually the right thing to do at that point is get your hands on revenue-generating...

7. ### Why does everything cost .99 or \$1.99?

Because it gives people the psychological illusion they're paying less than they really are. \$1.99 somehow feels closer to \$1.00 than \$2.00 for a lot of people.

9 Answers · Entertainment & Music · 27/12/2010

8. ### I feel dumb asking this but how do i sign up for the 1.99 yearly Email service?

... Plus is \$19.95 and it won't stop spam any better than the free service does. And as far as your blocked addresses goes, you can safely delete every address in...

4 Answers · Yahoo Products · 18/10/2007

9. ### how many stamps do i need for \$1.99?

Divide \$1.99 by \$.41 and that makes 5 first class 41-cent stamps.