it is five percent of a dollar/euro. it is one twentieth of a dollar/euro
16 5-cents in a dollar.
20 = 100 / 5
Cent , one dollar , five dollars
There is one cent in a hundredth of a dollar.
Assuming that you did not get a cent for every cent you had, the answer is none.
About 1 cent.
One thousandth of a cent. [One percent of a dollar is one cent.]
what percent of one U.S dollar is 25 cent?
There are 1000 mils in one dollar. A mil is a tenth of a cent.
You can calculate this as follows. 5 cents = 0.05 dollars. Just divide 1 / 0.05.
A five cent coin from the Commonwealth of the Bahamas from 1987 was one of a series produced from 1974 to 2005. One in good condition might be worth upwards of a dollar in value.
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One cent = 0.01 dollar
1/4 of one dollar
In US money, one dollar is worth 100 cents.
a one cent coin, which is worth one hundredth of one dollar
A cent is one hundredth of a dollar (in fact, the word "cent" is from a Latin word meaning "hundred"). So no, one tenth of a penny is not one hundredth of a dollar. (It is actually one thousandth of a dollar.)
There are no Pence in One Dollar, the subunit of the Dollar is most commonly the cent, and there are 100 cents in a Dollar. There are 100 Pence in 1 Pound (GBP).
99. 99 cents to one cent spent.
America uses the American dollar and Canada uses the Canadian dollar. The American dollar is based mainly on multiples or divisors of ten, much like the decimal system. The smallest coin in circulation is the cent or penny, which is worth 1/100th of a dollar. There is then the five-cent coin, called a nickel, which is worth five cents or 1/20th of a dollar. The ten-cent coin, called a dime, is worth ten cents or 1/10th of a dollar. The twenty-five cent coin is called a quarter because it is worth 1/4 of a dollar. Though not widely in circulation, there is half-dollar or 50-cent coin, worth 1/2 of a dollar. The dollar itself comes in both coin and paper forms, though the paper form is used nearly exclusively. Starting with one-dollar we get into paper money or what we refer to as "bills." There is a two-dollar bill, but not widely in circulation. From there we go up to a five-dollar bill, a ten-dollar bill, a twenty-dollar bill, a fifty-dollar bill and a one- hundred dollar bill. There are larger denominations of bills, but again they are not widely circulated. As an example, if something cost 7 dollars and 69 cents ($7.69) and you paid for it with a ten-dollar bill ($10.00), you would receive 2 one-dollar bills, a quarter, a nickel and one penny ($2.31) in return. I'm not sure if the Canadian dollar works the same.
one hundred dollars is equal to twenty times five dollars, but there are NO five dollar bills in a hundred dollar bill.