A dollar is 100 cents while a nickel is 5 cents. The fraction is 5/100, which converts to the decimal form 0.05
5 cents in standard form =========== your clearly a comedian, why write that? the answer is 5x10^-2 * * * * * No, the correct form is 5 cents of 0.05 major units of currency (Dollar, Euro). 5*10^-2 is scientific notation, not standard form. And the word is you're (abbreviation), not your (possessive)!
70 cents in word form is seventy cents.
Three and eight tenths. If this is a US dollar amount then it is three dollars and eighty cents.
You would write 11 cents as $0.11 or $.11 in decimal form.
16.5 cents in decimal form is 0.165
1.77 cents in decimal form is 0.0177
9.5 cents in decimal form is $ 0.095.
$0.99 * * * * * I disagree. The above answer is 99 hundredths of a dollar. That happens to be 99 cents but what if the question were in terms of Euro-cents? The decimal form is simply a way of representing a number - irrespective of how it might look in other units UNLESS the question specifies that the decimal form should be in the context of the other unit (dollar, Euro or whatever). Therefore, the correct answer is that 99 cents, in decimal form is simply 99 cents.