26% of a dollar is 26 cents
You can find great prices on ebvelopes at Factory Card Outlet. You can often find envelopes for as little as fifty cents a piece. Larger envelopes will cost about one dollar.
umm at the dollar store
First of all, how many cents is a dime? It's 10 cents.How many cents is a dollar? 100 cents.So to find the fraction of a dime in a dollar.... make the dime (10 cents) the numerator and the dollar (100 cents) the denominator so...dime/dollar or 10 cents/ 100 centsBy now you would see that 10/100 is the equivalent of 1/10 or 10%.So.... one dime is 10%, 0.1, 1/10 or one tenth of a dollar.One tenth
2/3 * 1 = 2/3 = .67 or 67 cents.
50 cents, the plating adds nothing to the value. It has no numismatic collectible value at all. But you may find someone that wants it.
You can find postage rates on the USPS website. The current price of a stamp is 46 cents. It will cost you about 50 cents to a dollar depending on the weight of the letter and the location you are sending it to.
You take the .8 and multiply it by 100 because a percent of something is one hundredths of 1. For example, 75 cents is 75 one hundredths of a dollar. 75 cents is written as .75 in decimal form. .75 (75 cents) is 75% of 1 dollar. To change 75 cents or .75 to a percent, you just multiply it by 100 which .75 times 100 is 75. So, to find out what .8 is as a percent you just multiply it by 100 which is 80.
As there are 100 cents in a dollar you simply divide the number of cents by 100 to find the number of dollars. 209.99 cents would equal $2.10 dollars (rounded up to the nearest cent) but $209.99 dollars would equal 20999 cents.
102 - 30 = 72Here are two ways to find that out for yourself. One way is to write the 30 under the 102, with the 3 lined up with the 10 and the 0 lined up with the 2. Then when you take away 3 from ten you get 7, the first digit of the answer, and when you take away 0 from 2 you get 2, the second digt of the answer.Another way to do the problem is to think of 102 as one dollar and two cents. When you take away 30 cents from one dollar, you have 70 cents in change, and you still have the two cents, so you have 72 cents. A dollar and two cents minus 30 cents equals 72 cents.
it depends on where you go to and maybe that place you go to will think that its worth a couple of hundred bucks if your luckly enough to find a place that will buy it. Fifty cents in Jamaica
6 cents is what i herd i gotta find out if its true im going to buy nintendogs today!
4 cents a mile
5% of fifty = 2.5
To find 1.7 percent of a number, multiply the number by 0.017. In this instance, 0.017 x 12.5 = 0.2125 or 21.25 cents.
The answer depends on the units used. Is the question about 152.15 cents or 152.15 of the larger unit of currency: dollar or Euro or whatever?
You need to specify what 250,000 is: £, cents, pennies, etc. Then find the current dollar exchange rate, and go from there!
If the coin is in circulated condition (as in you found it in change) and the coin doesn't have an "S" mintmark, it is only worth 25 cents and unless the value of the US dollar drops dramatically, it will only be worth 25 cents. They aren't silver and there were about a billion of them minted. If you like the design and you find one in change, feel free to keep it, just realize that it won't be worth anything more in the future.
20,000 pennies is the same as $200. There are 100 cents in a dollar, so you simply need to divide 20,000 by 100 to find out how many dollars are in that many cents.
1 cent.Check your pocket change. About 12.5 BILLION cents were struck that year. You'll find loads of cents with that date, and earlier.
5 cents. Huge numbers were made and you should be able to find them in change easily.
25 cents. Huge numbers were minted and you can still find them in change somewhat often.
10 cents. There were millions made. Check your pocket change and I bet you will find one.
If the ration is 1 to 1.14, to find the opposing ratio, set 1.14/1 = 1/x. This means x = 1/1.14 or 0.88 cents.