Q: How do you write the value of a penny as a decimal part of a dollar?

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.01

$0.01

0.01

You first write the integer part, then write the decimal point and then the fractional part in decimal form.

It will have a dollar sign and decimal point with two digits on the right of the decimal point.

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.01

$0.01

0.01

0.19

$0.5 or, more conventionally, $0.50

You first write the integer part, then write the decimal point and then the fractional part in decimal form.

It will have a dollar sign and decimal point with two digits on the right of the decimal point.

$0.555

A decimal number is simply a way of representing a number in such a way that the place value of each digit is ten times that of the digit to its right. A decimal representation does not require a decimal point. So, the answer is XXD92100 where XXD is the ISO 4217 currency code: for example, AUD for Australian dollar, BBD for Barbados Dollar, BMD for Bermuda dollar, all the way to ZWD for Zimbabwe dollar.

i penny is 1 out of 100 cents, therefore it is .01

You write the dollars to the left of the decimal point; and the cents to the right, using two decimals.

62.02 is already expressed as a decimal value