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You can cut the 100 dollar bill into 4 quarters. (Whether this is legal or not is a different matter.) a quarter = $0.25 → $1 = 4 quarters → $100 = 100 × 4 quarters = 400 quarters → there are 400 quarters in $100.

400 quarters = $100

4x100 000=400 000 400 000 quarters, that's four hundred thousand.

Yes. (72 quarters) and (18 dollar bills) have exactly the same face value.

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You can cut the 100 dollar bill into 4 quarters. (Whether this is legal or not is a different matter.) a quarter = $0.25 → $1 = 4 quarters → $100 = 100 × 4 quarters = 400 quarters → there are 400 quarters in $100.

400 quarters = $100

4x100 000=400 000 400 000 quarters, that's four hundred thousand.

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Yes. (72 quarters) and (18 dollar bills) have exactly the same face value.

One dollar.

The value of the American dollar is constantly fluctuating. In Euro the value of one dollar is three-quarters of an euro. In rupees, one dollar is worth 60 rupees.

Well, isn't that a happy little question! To make 200 dollars with quarters, you would need 800 quarters. That's a whole bunch of quarters, but just imagine all the beautiful paintings you could create with that much change!

One dollar

All of the state quarters in circulation are face value only.

Due to the fact that there are 25 cents for every 100 cents, the value of a quarter equals 25% of the value of a dollar.

There are 4 quarters for every dollar.