Q: How many mills is in 10 cents?

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3 ways. 10 cents+10 cents+10 cents=30 cents 20 cents+10 cents=30 cents 5 cents+5 cents+5 cents+5 cents+5 cents+5 cents=30 cents Hope that helped you

That would be 25 dimes(10 cents).

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There are 10 cents in one dime. Therefore, 410 cents is equal to 410/10 = 41 dimes.

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To convert 44 mills per kWh to cents, divide by 10. This is because there are 10 mills in a cent. So, 44 mills per kWh is equal to 4.4 cents per kWh.

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3 ways. 10 cents+10 cents+10 cents=30 cents 20 cents+10 cents=30 cents 5 cents+5 cents+5 cents+5 cents+5 cents+5 cents=30 cents Hope that helped you

1000 cents...

that would be 100 dimes(10 cents).

12 dollars/10 cents = 1200 cents/10 cents = 120

That would be 25 dimes(10 cents).

10 dollars is equal to 1,000 cents, or pennies.

i think its 100,000

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90 cents = 9/10 of a dollar