# What Do You Know About The Dinar Currency?

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The dinar currency is the main currency unit in modern circulation in seven Islamic and two Orthodox countries. The dinar currency is actually worthier than all the currencies you know! You want to know more? Take this test.

• 1.

### Two dinar currencies are worthier than USD, EUR and GBP, what are they?

• A.

Bahraini and Kuwaiti

• B.

Bahraini and Serbian

• C.

Bahraini and Libyan

• D.

Bahraini and Macedonian

A. Bahraini and Kuwaiti
Explanation
The Bahraini and Kuwaiti dinar currencies are worthier than USD, EUR, and GBP. This means that the exchange rate for these two currencies is higher compared to the US dollar, euro, and British pound. Therefore, if someone were to exchange their money from USD, EUR, or GBP to Bahraini or Kuwaiti dinar, they would receive more dinars in return.

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• 2.

### As of November 2017, what is the USD equivalent of 10 Kuwaiti dinar?

• A.

33.12

• B.

32.12

• C.

31.12

• D.

30.12

A. 33.12
Explanation
The USD equivalent of 10 Kuwaiti dinar is 33.12.

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• 3.

### As of November 2017, what is the USD equivalent of 10 Bahraini dinar?

• A.

29.47

• B.

28.47

• C.

27.47

• D.

26.47

D. 26.47
Explanation
The correct answer is 26.47. This implies that as of November 2017, 10 Bahraini dinars are equivalent to 26.47 USD.

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• 4.

### When was dinar as small silver coins first minted?

• A.

210 BC

• B.

211 BC

• C.

212 BC

• D.

213 BC

B. 211 BC
Explanation
In 211 BC, dinar as small silver coins was first minted.

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• 5.

### Bosnia and Herzegovina dinar was in use for how many years?

• A.

Five

• B.

Six

• C.

Seven

• D.

Eight

B. Six
Explanation
The correct answer is six. The Bosnia and Herzegovina dinar was in use for a period of six years.

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• 6.

### Which currency replaced Croatian dinar?

• A.

Croatian kuna

• B.

Croatian dollar

• C.

Croatian dinara

• D.

None

A. Croatian kuna
Explanation
The correct answer is Croatian kuna. The Croatian dinar was replaced by the Croatian kuna as the official currency of Croatia. The kuna was introduced in 1994, following the independence of Croatia from Yugoslavia. It replaced the dinar at a rate of 1 kuna to 1000 dinars. The kuna is subdivided into 100 lipa and is widely used in Croatia for everyday transactions.

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• 7.

### Which currency replaced Sudanese dinar?

• A.

Sudanese dollar

• B.

Sudanese saira

• C.

Sudanese kobo

• D.

Sudanese pound

D. Sudanese pound
Explanation
The currency that replaced the Sudanese dinar is the Sudanese pound.

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• 8.

### When was Yugoslav dinar discontinued?

• A.

2003

• B.

2004

• C.

2005

• D.

2006

A. 2003
Explanation
The Yugoslav dinar was discontinued in 2003.

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• 9.

### When was the dīnāra introduced to India by the Kushan Empire?

• A.

• B.

• C.

• D.

Explanation
The dīnāra was introduced to India by the Kushan Empire in the 1st century AD.

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• 10.

### Which copies did the 8th century English king Offa of Mercia mint?

• A.

Macedonian denar

• B.

Algerian dinar

• C.

Abbasid dinar

• D.

Iraqi dinar

C. Abbasid dinar
Explanation
Offa of Mercia, an 8th-century English king, minted Abbasid dinars. The Abbasid dinar was a gold coin that was used as a medium of exchange in the Abbasid Caliphate, which was a powerful Islamic empire during that time. Offa's decision to mint Abbasid dinars suggests that there were trade and diplomatic relations between Mercia and the Abbasid Caliphate, highlighting the interconnectedness of different regions during this period.

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