Q: How many dollars is 10 million cents?

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10 lots of ten cents = 1 dollar so 1 million ten cents = 1 m /10 = One hundred thousand dollars.

If a kilowatt-hour is 10 cents, then 3.9 billion kilowatt-hours (billion meaning 109) has a value of 0.390 million dollars, or 390 million dollars.

10 dollars

That would be 25 dimes(10 cents).

10 dollars = 10*100 cents = 1000 cents so you need 1000/5 = 200 pieces.10 dollars = 10*100 cents = 1000 cents so you need 1000/5 = 200 pieces.10 dollars = 10*100 cents = 1000 cents so you need 1000/5 = 200 pieces.10 dollars = 10*100 cents = 1000 cents so you need 1000/5 = 200 pieces.

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To calculate this, you would divide $100,000,000 (one hundred million dollars) by 10 cents. First, let's convert 10 cents to dollars. Since there are 100 cents in a dollar, 10 cents is equal to $0.10. Now, we divide $100,000,000 by $0.10: $100,000,000 ÷ $0.10 = 1,000,000,000 So, one hundred million dollars divided by 10 cents equals one billion.

1 cent = 0.01$ = 10^-2 $ 1 billion cents = 10^9 cents 10^9 x 10^-2 = 10^7 =10 million dollars

10 lots of ten cents = 1 dollar so 1 million ten cents = 1 m /10 = One hundred thousand dollars.

100 cents = $1 Therefore 10,000,000 cents = $100,000 (One hundred thousand dollars).

12 dollars/10 cents = 1200 cents/10 cents = 120

1000 cents...

If a kilowatt-hour is 10 cents, then 3.9 billion kilowatt-hours (billion meaning 109) has a value of 0.390 million dollars, or 390 million dollars.

i think its 100,000

that would be 100 dimes(10 cents).

10 dollars

10 dollars is equal to 1,000 cents, or pennies.

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