twenty-five cents; smilarly, "four bits" is fifty cents
2 bits equal 25 cents. So 6 bits would be 75 cents.
"Two bits" is slang for 25 cents.
Four hundred fifty
400,99 or four thousand and ninty nine cents
4 quarters = 1 dollar = 100 cents
It depends on what it is a bit of, as everything is relative, but the term usually refers to a small fractional unit. In time, a bit can be a few minutes from an hour, or an hour or two from a day. In American money, 25 cents is two bits, and 50 cents is four bits, meaning that a bit would be twelve and a half cents. The terms "two-bit" and "four-bit" are thus used in reference of other things to denote them as inconsequential. one bit is 12.5 cents.
one dollar is 100 cents, so 4 dollars=4X100=400 cents.
There are eight bits in a byte or two nibbles in a byte meaning there are four bits in a nibble.
If you are using the ASCII system, the word "duck", as it has four letters, contains 4 bytes, or 32 bits.
A 'bit' is 1/8 of a dollar or about 12 cents. Two 'bits' is about a quarter.
Two bits is a slang term for 25 cents- a quarter.
I think you mean "two bits" like the litte song, "Shave and a haircut, two bits." Two bits is a quarter, twenty five cents.
A bit is 1/8 of a dollar or 12.5 cents so if you have six bits it is 75¢
This would be forty cents because it is the same as: $0.40. Four cents would be: $0.04.
A nibble is four bits, or half a byte.
A group of four bits is known as a nibble.
12.5 cents or two bits is a quarter.