... how does one divide Money (MNY) in order to pay for items of smaller value? How can we support a measure of value (MOV) when goods and services have variable values?
If one chooses almost any whole unit of value, one will be able to identify an item that is worth a fraction of that unit. How can we solve that problem?
Money usually is divisible into a subunits. Dollars into cents, etc. This helps solve the problem of fractions.
Modern currencies usually provide a large number of small fractions. This helps with divisibility and allow users to record transactions for very small amounts of cash that hold significant meaning.
Any form of money must be divisible into many small fractions. Preferably 10 decimal places.