Q: What percentage is a nickel to a dollar?

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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.

One Nickel is 1/20 (or 0.05) of a dollar.

A dollar is 100 cents while a nickel is 5 cents. The fraction is 5/100, which converts to the decimal form 0.05

It is 4/10.

1 nickel = 5 cents $1 = 100 cents5/100 * 100% = 5%

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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.

As a dollar is equal to 100 pennies and a nickel is equal to 5 a nickel is 5% of a dollar.

A nickel is 5 percent of a dollar.

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

1/20 of a dollar is a nickel. It's 5 cents.

You have a half dollar and a nickel. One of them, the half dollar, is not a nickel.

1/20 of a dollar is a nickel. It's 5 cents.

1/20 of a dollar is one nickel. It's 5 cents.

one is the US half dollar The "other one" is a nickel 50c the "other one" is a nickel

True silver dollars made up till 1935 contained silver and copper but no nickel. Eisenhower and Anthony $1 coins (1971-81 and 1999) were made of a pure copper core with 25% nickel/75% copper cladding, for an overall percentage of 8.33% nickel. Current brass Sacajawea and Presidential dollars contain only 2% nickel (Source: U.S. Mint)

One Nickel is 1/20 (or 0.05) of a dollar.