Q: A jar holds 10000 dimes how many 1 dollar bills is this equal to?

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Since there are 10 dimes in a dollar, we will divide 10000 by 10 to get the amount of dollars it is, giving us 1000. Then, we will divide 1000 by 100 (because there are one hundred dollars in a one hundred dollar bill) which gives us 10. 10000 dimes is equal to 10 one hundred dollar bills.

one thousand

The answer is one $1,000 bill. There are 10 dimes in $1.00. 10 dimes divided into 10,000 dimes = $1,000.00.

10,000 $1's

5 dimes

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Since there are 10 dimes in a dollar, we will divide 10000 by 10 to get the amount of dollars it is, giving us 1000. Then, we will divide 1000 by 100 (because there are one hundred dollars in a one hundred dollar bill) which gives us 10. 10000 dimes is equal to 10 one hundred dollar bills.

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one thousand

The answer is one $1,000 bill. There are 10 dimes in $1.00. 10 dimes divided into 10,000 dimes = $1,000.00.

10000/100 is 100 bills

2400000 cents (USD) equals 2400000 pennies 480000 nickles 240000 dimes 96000 quarters 24000 dollar bills 240 hundred dollar bills

10,000 $1's

No. It equals fifty cents or half a dollar. Two dimes equal one fith of a dollar.

5 dimes

There are 10 dimes in a dollar. As a percent, the number 10 is equal to 1000%.

There are 10 dimes in a dollar, so 10 dollars times 10 dimes would equal 100 dimes.