One hundred thousand US dollars.
One thousand one hundred then thousandths of a US dollar.
Four hundred eighty-five dollars.
Five million, one hundred thousand dollars
One lakh dollars. Although you may also wish to specify the country: US dollars or Hong Kong dollars or whatever.
"Three million, four hundred seventy-four thousand, three hundred ninety-one dollars and sixty-nine cents"
A 1979 US dollar coin is still worth one dollar.
No. In 2012, it has taken from about 77 to about 81 yen to buy one US dollar; in other words, the yen is worth about 1/80th of a US dollar.
yeah on a bunch of things such as the dollar bill (:
a us dollar
One hundred sixty thousand US Dollars.
One hundred eighty-six thousand, seven hundred seventy-three dollars and eighty-nine cents. For check writing you can write: One hundred eighty-six thousand, seven hundred seventy-three and 89/100 dollars
1 US dollar is equal to .9843 Canadian dollar.
$1.46385 in other words, less than one dollar fifty cents.
Please look at the coin again and post new question, no US Trade dollars were issued until 1873 and all have the words TRADE DOLLAR on the reverse. With a date of 1796 the coin should be a Draped Bust dollar.
One dollar today is equal to about twelve cents in 1950. In other words, one 1950's dollar would buy as much as $8.33 will today.
If it is in Your Own Word, then you cannot ask us to write it for you, can you?
One thousand twenty dollars
Hawaii us a part of the US, a US state and therefore a US dollar is worth in Hawaii just the same as a US dollar is worth in Chicago! The US dollar is the legal tender of Hawaii.
Puerto Rico is a US Territory and uses the US Dollar.
This is where reciprocals come in handy. You can think of it as 1.48 dollars per euro, which can be written 1.48 dollar/euro. To find out how many euros there are per dollar, write the reciprocal: 1 euro/1.48 dollar. But that ratio doesn't have a one on the bottom; it has a 1.48, so it's not very useful. Evaluate 1/1.48. In other words, divide 1 by 1.48, which yields 0.675675.... So, there are 0.68 euro per dollar.
It's not a dollar, no dollar US coins were issued in 1906. The coin is likely a 1906 Barber Half dollar and if it has so much wear you can't read the words HALF DOLLAR on the reverse the value is just for the silver in the coin, about $12.00