320 pesos 100 centavos = 1 peso
1 peso = 100 centavos
It will take a 100 Centavos to make 1 Peso
Well if 1 dollar equals 12 pesos, 60 pesos equal 5 dollars.
As of 2015, $1 = 15.26 Mexican Pesos.
In your pocket because you did not give each of them the 50 centavos that would be half of 3 pesos! Their change was actually 1 peso and 1/2
none 5 Centavos were 471 in Proof only 5 Pesos none made 5 Pisos none made Silver 1905 coins were 10 and 20 and 50 Centavos and 1 Peso only
It really depends on what Pesos are you talking about. Argentinian pesos? 1 US$ = 4.35. Mexican pesos? 1 US$ = 13.71. How about Chilean? 1 US$ = 510.46
it's about 8.285 pesos.
About 10 pesos are in a US dollar
1 USD is about 13.3707715 Mexican pesos.www.x-rates.comcheck it out
43.63 is 1 dollar at the current exchange rate...
one US dollar equals 10 pesos
By face value, practically nothing. Fifty Mexican cents (which is the translation of "cincuenta centavos") is 0.5 Mexican pesos, but the peso has since been redefined since 1983; what used to be called 1,000 pesos is now called 1 peso. Therefore, the coin's face value is 0.0005 Mexican pesos, which is less than a hundredth of a United States cent. I wouldn't expect an ordinary 1983 coin to have any special value to collectors, but I'm no numismatist.
1 US Dollar = 3.7 Argentina Peso leys and Pesos.
it varies but right now its about 1 dollar = 12.5 pesos
At the current exchange rate, 1 USD is equal to 13.01 Mexican Pesos.
1,965.50 Colombia Pesos equals a U.S. Dollar
The monetary system of Cuba is a dual-value decimal based system, with the primary unit of Cuban money being called the Peso. There are two separate currencies circulating in Cuba: that based on the National Cuban Peso and that based on the Cuban Convertible Peso. The Cuban Convertible Peso, also called the chavito, is used mostly be tourists and for purchasing luxury items. Cuban citizens are paid their wages in the National Cuban Peso, and it is this currency in which staple goods and foods are traded. The exchange rate between them is officially 1 to 1, but the reality is that the Convertible Peso is worth 24 to 25 National Pesos.The names and relative values of the coins depicted above are, (top row, National currency,) from left to right: * One Centavos - 1/100 of a Peso * Five Centavos - 5/100 of a Peso * Ten Centavos - 10/100 of a Peso * Twenty-five Centavos - 25/100 of a Peso * Fifty Centavos - 50/100 of a Peso * One Peso - 100/100, 1 full Peso * Three Pesos -300/100, 3 full Pesos Bottom row, (Convertible currency) from left to right: * Five Centavos - 5/100 of a Peso * Ten Centavos - 10/100 of a Peso * Twenty-five Centavos -25/100 of a Peso
1 DKK = 2.17 Mexican Pesos 1 DKK = 0.72 Argentinian Pesos 1 DKK = 659.29 Chile Pesos 1 DKK = 2520.69 Colombian Pesos 1 DKK = 59.73 Philippines Pesos
100 new pesos=$9.3217 American dollars 100 old pesos (before 1992) = slightly less than 1 cent.
$1 USD = 3.7 Peso leys (ARL) = 3.7 Neuvo Pesos (ARS).