Q: How much would 1000 in 1880 be equal to today?

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1880 1000 + 500 + 300 + 50 + 30

188% as a fraction would be 188/100 or 1880/1000, since both fractions are technically the same (equivalent)

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My searches found that in the 1880 the average female teacher earned about $26/month and a male teacher would earn an average or $32 / month. And the school year was only about 18 weeks. Compare that to today where the average beginning salary for a teacher is $2000/month and the school year averages 30 weeks.

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it would have been about 29 dollars

$22,303.98 in 2010Those ladies in Big whiskey were willing to pay plenty for revenge.----------According to http://www.westegg.com/inflation/

Relative value is difficult to accurately estimate, because it depends on what criteria is used, e.g. the economy, earnings, or prices. However, the relative purchasing power can be calculated using one or more measuring comparisons. For example, using relative pricing, £ 1000 in 1880 had a buying power equivalent to about £ 71,392 in 2007, and about £74,225 in 2008. (see the related links for the calculators used)

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They were allowed to go to school in 1880.

I would pay a dollar for a dollar, after all, it is only a dollar.

The answer to this is 1880

No car made today was made in 1880. The internal combustion 4 cycle engine did exist in 1880 and is still used in vehicles today.

1880 1000 + 500 + 300 + 50 + 30

188% as a fraction would be 188/100 or 1880/1000, since both fractions are technically the same (equivalent)

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