Q: What fraction of a dollar is equal to ten cents?

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To the nearest ten cents it will round up to give 67.20 as your answer. It would round down to 67 for the nearest dollar.

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A dime is worth ten cents, or 1/10 of a dollar in United States currency. The dime was first authorized for use in 1792 and it was introduced into circulation in 1796.

Ten cents is one tenth of a dollar, so you would write it as .10, which is also the same as 100 (cents) divided by 10.

There are 10 dimes to a dollar: 10/100 (ten over one hundred) simplifies to 1/10 so the fraction is 10 dimes are 1/10th of a dollar.

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The American dime is equal to ten cents, or one tenth of a dollar.

100 cents = 1 dollar. 1000 cents= ten dollars

Ten cents is 1/10 of a dollar. Twenty cents is 2/10 of a dollar, or 1/5 of a dollar. Twenty five cents is 2.5/10 of a dollar, or 1/4 of a dollar. and so on.

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four dimes equal 40 cents ten nickels equal fifty cents ten pennies equal 10 cents Add the 3 groups of coins for one dollar

From the division of a dollar: "Ten Cents" is ten percent of a dollar.

1 dollar = 100 cents = 10*10 cents. So ten lots of 10 cents make 1 dollar.1 dollar = 100 cents = 10*10 cents. So ten lots of 10 cents make 1 dollar.1 dollar = 100 cents = 10*10 cents. So ten lots of 10 cents make 1 dollar.1 dollar = 100 cents = 10*10 cents. So ten lots of 10 cents make 1 dollar.

paying ten cents on the dollar for stock paying ten cents on the dollar for stock paying ten cents on the dollar for stock paying ten cents on a dollar of stock

"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.

100 cents equals 1 dollar so 100x10=1000.1000 cents equals 10 dollars.

One United States Dollar is equal to one hundred (100) cents. Other smaller denominations include a penny being equal to one (1) cent, a nickel is equal to five (5) cents, a dime is equal to ten (10) cents, a quarter being equal to twenty five (25) cents and a half-dollar being equal to fifty (50) cents.

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