No. 50, 20, 20, 5, 2, 2 will make 99 cents in the Euro zone.
99. 99 cents to one cent spent.
Use 50p, 20p, 20p, 5p and two 2p coins.
The answer will depend on whose currency the question is about. A number of countries use cents in their currency and they have different coins. For example, the Eurozone countries have a 20 cent coin but not 25 whereas the US has 25 but not 20.
99 cents as a percent of 100 cents is 99%.
€1 = 100 cents. So 99 cents is 99/100 of a Euro.
99 pennies If you require all four coins then 62 coins can add up to 99 cents: 1 quarter, 1 dime, 1 nickel, and 59 pennies
its 99 cents
how much is 99 cents in English money
when people hear 99 cents they think it's cheaper. It is psychology.
the maximum of coins you can get is 90.if you get 100 coins you get an extra life and start collecting coins over again until you get the,maximum of 99 lives.
$ 0.99 a song and $1.99 for a video If you buy a song from the iTunes store, then it costs 99 cents If you buy a song from the iTunes store, then it costs 99 cents If you buy a song from the iTunes store, then it costs 99 cents If you buy a song from the iTunes store, then it costs 99 cents
Nothing. The cheapest song is .99 cents.
Actual price when it was .99 was in 1990.
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The last time gas was 99 cents in Mississippi was at the end of 2001 to the beginning of 2002
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$0.99 * * * * * I disagree. The above answer is 99 hundredths of a dollar. That happens to be 99 cents but what if the question were in terms of Euro-cents? The decimal form is simply a way of representing a number - irrespective of how it might look in other units UNLESS the question specifies that the decimal form should be in the context of the other unit (dollar, Euro or whatever). Therefore, the correct answer is that 99 cents, in decimal form is simply 99 cents.
1% Think of it like money. a dollar is 100% 99 cents = .99 = 99%
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