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No, a quarter is a different coin, and its value is only a quarter (1/4) of a regular dollar.

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"Quarter" means 1/4 (one-fourth). 25 cents is 1/4 a dollar, so it's a "quarter dollar", or just "quarter" for short.

No, a quarter dollar is only one-fourth of a dollars. This means it's only 25 cents.

A dollar to one quarter is 4:1, or 4/1.

1 quarter is 1 quarter of a dollar so as a fraction it is 1/4 → it is 1/4 of 100% = 25 %.

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if you have a dollar it costs 42, then your quarter dollar costs 21. Its just half the dollar

if you have a dollar it costs 42, then your quarter dollar costs 21. Its just half the dollar

It's just a quarter spend it

It's just a quarter, spend it.

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What you have is a regular quarter that someone (NOT the U.S. Mint) gold plated.

A 1972 Washington quarter is just a quarter, many are still in circulation.

"Quarter" means 1/4 (one-fourth). 25 cents is 1/4 a dollar, so it's a "quarter dollar", or just "quarter" for short.

This is one of the more famous State Quarter errors. It turned out that more such errors were struck than first thought, so values have fluctuated a lot but seem to have settled in the $20 to $50 range depending on where you look. Dealers will pay less, obviously. However, you should have your coin professionally examined, as there are counterfeits that have been made by the same process that's used to produce those "rare" (NOT!!!) double-headed coins that turn up in change every so often. Two genuine quarters are cut apart, the side of one is turned 180 degrees, and fused to the opposite side of the other to make an instant (but really fake) rotated die "error".

two bits are in a quarter of a dollar

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The other date 2002 is at the bottom ( same side ) of the coin. 1803 is the year Ohio became a state. It's just a quarter, spend it.