Q: What is 5 cents on the dollar as a tax percentage?

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5% of $14 = 70 cents Because $14 = 1400 cents. (Each $1 = 100 cents) 5 cents on every dollar. 5 x 14 = 70 Or as 5 cents is wrtten as .05 of a dollar (think $1.05 is how $1 with 5 cents would read) - .05 x 14 = .70

5 cents

A nickel is 5 cents and a dollar is 100 cents, so a nickel is 5/100 or 5% of a dollar.

5 tenths of a dollar is 50 cents, or $0.50.

There are 100 cents in one dollar. Therefore, 5 cents is equal to 5/100 = 0.05 dollars.

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You have to convert each coin to its value in cents. A nickel is 5 cents and a dollar is 100 cents, so a nickel is 5/100 of a dollar, or 5 percent.

there is no tax on 5 cents

1 cent=1 percent. 5 cents=5 percent, etc.

4/5 of a dollar is 80 cents. 4/5 cents of a dollar is 4/5 cents.

5% of $14 = 70 cents Because $14 = 1400 cents. (Each $1 = 100 cents) 5 cents on every dollar. 5 x 14 = 70 Or as 5 cents is wrtten as .05 of a dollar (think $1.05 is how $1 with 5 cents would read) - .05 x 14 = .70

Whatever percent of a dollar the sales tax for your state is, multiply that by the sale price for the amount of sales tax owed. example: sales tax = 5 cents on the dollar or .05 the sale price is $10,000.00 .05x10,000=$500.00

5 cents

A nickel is 5 cents and a dollar is 100 cents, so a nickel is 5/100 or 5% of a dollar.

5% of 1 dollar is 5 cents.

5 tenths of a dollar is 50 cents, or $0.50.

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