Q: How many quarters in a one hundred dollar bill?

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You can cut the 100 dollar bill into 4 quarters. (Whether this is legal or not is a different matter.) a quarter = $0.25 → $1 = 4 quarters → $100 = 100 × 4 quarters = 400 quarters → there are 400 quarters in $100.

5 dollar bill (4 quarters/1 dollar) = 20 quarters ==========

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one hundred dollars is equal to twenty times five dollars, but there are NO five dollar bills in a hundred dollar bill.

There are no nickels inside a one hundred dollar bill, nor is there any nickel material in the bill. A one hundred dollar bill has the same monetary value as 2000 nickels.

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You can cut the 100 dollar bill into 4 quarters. (Whether this is legal or not is a different matter.) a quarter = $0.25 → $1 = 4 quarters → $100 = 100 × 4 quarters = 400 quarters → there are 400 quarters in $100.

5 dollar bill (4 quarters/1 dollar) = 20 quarters ==========

200 quarters in 50 dollars

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20 quarters!

one hundred dollars is equal to twenty times five dollars, but there are NO five dollar bills in a hundred dollar bill.

2 quarters.

There are no nickels inside a one hundred dollar bill, nor is there any nickel material in the bill. A one hundred dollar bill has the same monetary value as 2000 nickels.

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Well... 4 quarters = 1 dollar, so 150 dollars = 600 quarters.

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