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Q: How many cents are in 15?

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You first convert cents into dollars. 15 cents =.15 dollars. Now all you have to do is divide 100/.15=666 2/3 times. Meaning 15 cents does not "go into" 100 dollars evenly. You will need 666 "15 cents" and 10 more cents.

33 items at 15 cents each and 5 cents change.

No. Fifteen cents can be.... $0.15 15 (with the little 'cents' sign) 15 cents 0.15 cents is actually 15% of a penny

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you can make 37 cents 22 ways

It was advertised widely as 15 cents.

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Nancy has 15 dollars. 1500 cents divided by 100 (100 cents are in a dollar) = 15.

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Let's consider 2 lemons a "batch." So you can get one batch for 15 cents, and you have 60 cents to spend. To find out how many batches you can get with 60 cents, divide 60 by 15 to get 4. Now to get the total number of lemons, multiply the number of batches (4) by the number of lemons in each batch (2) which will give you a total of 8 lemons.

33 cents : 15 cents Divide both sides by 3 cents to give 11 : 5

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15% is 15 cents. 1/5 is 20 cents.

15% of 30 cents is 4.5 cents 15% of 30 dollars is 4.5 dollars

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It's 15%. Just a heads up, any number of cents out of a dollar will be that number percent. Example, 34 cents=34% and so on...

The rate went from 13 to 15 cents on 29 May 1978. It went from 15 cents to 18 cents on 22 March 1981. That is for the first ounce of first class postage, each additional ounce was 17 cents.