Yes, they do. But they have their own dollor. I.e: United States uses United States Dollor, Canada Uses Canadian Dollor. The difference is 1 Canadian Dollar = 1.0113 United States Dollor.
1 dollor per year
the word 'dollor' has two syllables. dol and lar
You put the dollor up to a light, and if you can see through it then its real.
the 1883 silver dollor is worth $24.95.
how to make -7.08 a fraction
More than 5,000,000 Dollor every 5 months.
20 five cent coins add up to a dollar
the way you make it into a fraction is 45/100
To make a fraction into a decimal, you divide the numerator of the fraction by the denominator. The numerator is the number on top, and the denominator is the number on the bottom of the fraction.
She did not make the S an A, but she did make the S a dollor sign ($). The reason why she made that change is because when she was on the track ''Right Round'' by Flo Rida, she didn't even have enough money to buy a taco. So Flo Rida made fun of her being poor by putting a dollor sign in her name. That is why it is stylized as Ke$ha.
0.5 into a fraction
Simplest form of a fraction, is the smallest fraction you can make. Say you have the fraction 25/50 you can make that 5/20 then 1/4. The simplest form is 1/4. You CAN NOT make 1/4 a smaller fraction.
You can make any whole number into a fraction by putting it over 1.
75/100 each are divisible by 25 so divide both the denominator and the numerator by 25 3/4
it is dollar and not dollor and it is the 100 dollar bill of the united states of America G.J
45 is an integer, not a fraction and there is no sensible way to express it as a fraction.
To make it a mixed fraction, it's 4 and 6 10ths. To make it an improper fraction, it's 46 over 10.
The fraction strips that you can make if you start with a thirds strip is a fraction strip with, 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9, or any other number with using a third fraction just drawing it in a fraction strip.
No one is on a "dollor" bill. The first president of the United States of America, George Washington is on the U.S. One DollAr Bill.