Q: Write the value of a penny as a decimal part of a dollar?

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$0.01

The purchasing value of the "penny" coin is defined as 1/100 of a dollar, or $0.01

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

A penny's value is 0.01 dollar, so 0.112 dollars = 11.2 pennies.

To write 15.5 percent as a decimal, you divide the percent value by 100. So, 15.5 percent as a decimal is 0.155.

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0.19

$0.5 or, more conventionally, $0.50

The purchasing value of the "penny" coin is defined as 1/100 of a dollar, or $0.01

A dollar or so.

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

Face value only.

In circulated condition, it's worth about a dollar.

62.02 is already expressed as a decimal value

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.

0.03

You write it as 88.018