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In all countries that use dollars and cents as their currency, $1 = 100 cents, so 45¢ = 45/100 of a dollar, or 45%.

Q: What part of a dollar is 45 cents?

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There are 100 cents in one dollar. Therefore, nine twentieths of a dollar is equal to 9/20 x 100 = 45 cents.

bob

45 including a half dollar.

Forty-five 1 nickel = 5 cents = 0.05 dollars 5 nickels = 25 cents = 0.25 dollars 20 nickels = 1 dollar Answer: 20 + 20 + 5 = 45 or 2.25/0.05 = 45

three tenths or 30%.

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$1 = 100 cents → 45 cents/$1 = 45 cents/100 cents = 45/100 = 9/20

45 cents

Exchange rate considering the 45 cents is another country's currency and the dollar is referring to say the US dollar.

what part of 1 dollar equals 68 cents

Deflation

There are 100 cents in one dollar. Therefore, nine twentieths of a dollar is equal to 9/20 x 100 = 45 cents.

You can do this with 45 pennies (45 cents) one quarter (25 cents) 2 dimes (20 cents) and 2 nickels (10 cents). 45 + 25 + 20 + 10 = 100

Inflation

As of today 45/100 of a dollar or 45 cents

It means: "...compared to the value it had a certain number of years ago". So back then you could buy an item for 45 cents that you now would have to pay a dollar for.

bob

Seven nickels is 35 cents. A dollar is 100 cents, so the nickels are 35/100, or 0.35 of a dollar.