The US$ (the US Dollar) Americans use dollars and cents. there are 100 cents in every dollar.
in 2 dollars and 95 cents there is 295 cents because every dollar is 100 cents
every dollar = 100 cents every dime = 10 cents 100 dimes = 10 cents x 100 = 1000 cents 1000 cents / 100 cents = 10 groups of 100 cents every group of 100 cents = 1 dollar. So $10
8 cents tax for every dollar.
its 7.5 rand for every one dollar
Well if it is canada tax that woukd be 15 cents on every dollar so maybe around 120 dollars
There is no such thing as the British dollar. The British currency is the pound (symbol '£'), divided into 100 pence. It is one dollar 59 cents for every sterling pound.
allthough the rate of dollar to ruppee varies every day in cents but genreally it remain nearer to approx 50 ruppee per dollar so 600 dollars = 600X50 ie. 30000 ruppee
There are 100 cent in 1 dollar. To work this equation, the algebraic formula would look something like this: X/1=5000/100 You know that for every 100 cents, there is 1 dollar. You would want to see how many times you can take 100 cents (1 dollar) out of the 5000 cent. This can be done 50 times. There are 50 dollars in 5000 cent.
"Ten cents on the dollar" is what somebody is paying compared to what they actually owe. For every dollar of debt, they are paying ten cents--not an additional ten cents. So if they owe $10, they are paying $1.
Due to the fact that there are 25 cents for every 100 cents, the value of a quarter equals 25% of the value of a dollar.
If my math is correct, it would be 23 dollars? 385.00 x 0.06 - since 6c is essentially "six cents on every dollar"?