hi guys i just wanna know if you think it's still worth it to buy an xbox 360 console? a new 500gb console is likely the better choice but do you think it's still worth it? i don't really care
with 3/3, wol doesn't get too much. well, he gets 20% mbrv/ 40% atk at 2/3, and then 3/3 gives him a self-battery when he uses his ex as well as 200% overflow. but whether that is worth 3 ingots compared to the opportunity cost of using them on another character, i couldn't say but i don't really think so.
according to my calculations, a troy oz., 100 mills gold bar would therefore be worth about $3.87 in gold content, assuming a gold price of $1200 oz. wow, thats crazy! it should be real gold. the problem is that they are usually over priced. silver was the same way when i was looking recently.
the books say the gold (in coin or solid) is worth 50gp per pound, wheras that same amount of gold, at the lowest possible purity, would be worth about $5000, $17000 if we're dealing with something near pure, that's a huge gap if we assume a gp is roughly equal to a dollar (since it's the standard form of currency for an adventurer that's a
iron ingot = 256 cobblestone gold ingot = 8 iron ingots lapis = roughly 3 iron ingots diamond = 4 gold ingots or 32 iron ingots the equivalent exchange mod has been around a while and has undergone countless balancing updates so you can be assured that these prices for items are quite reasonable. i would just use it as a base for the price of
the standard gold bar held as gold reserves by central banks and traded among bullion dealers is the 400-troy-ounce (12.4 kg or 438.9 ounces) good delivery gold bar. the kilobar, which is 1000 grams in mass (32.15 troy ounces), is the bar that is more manageable and is used extensively for trading and investment.
so a 100 mills of gold is worth $0.00(price per mill) x 100(mills) = ~ $0.13. that means the bar is plated with a layer of gold that is 100 millionths of an inch think. many sellers
how much would a 5 gram 100 mills of 24k gold plated bar be worth? i suppose you would have to calculate how much gold there is. that is 100 mill x l x w x b. then calculate the weight (compare the calculated volume to that of a known weight of gold such as a 1oz bullion bar or even a gold coin). the gold has to be seperated from the bar
100 mills gold bar money charts. it is a coating and thus contains 0.1% of the actual metal and with gold at $1,100 per oz it is $1.10 of gold value in the bar. category education; show