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Q: How many bits are in a quarter of a dollar?

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A quarter is "one quarter of a dollar", thus, there are four quarters to a dollar. 4 x 12 = 48

A quarter is .25 of a dollar. 0.25 <<< decimal equivlant of a quarter 25% 1/4th

In the year 2000, the value of the quarter dollar which is 25 cents was $0.25.

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If 2 bits is 1 quarter then 8 bits would equal 1 dollar.

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eight bits are in a dollar

A 'bit' is 1/8 of a dollar or about 12 cents. Two 'bits' is about a quarter.

A bit is an eighth of a dollar, but in this sense it is never used in the singular. Two bits is a quarter.

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As shown on the bottom reverse, it is a "quarter dollar" which is 1/4 of a dollar comprised of 100 cents (25 cents). The slang term "two bits" comes from the Spanish Dollar silver coins, which were each worth 8 reales (pieces of eight)...where one-fourth of that 'dollar' was 2 reales (bits).

* buck * 8 bits (8 bits equals 1.00, each quarter is 2 bits, or each bit is 12.5 cents) * ** (For more info, see related question about "bit" - not to be confused with "quarter".) * greenback

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Pieces of eight. The old Spanish dollar was divided into eight parts, or bits. An old slang term for a US quarter is "two bits."

Two bits is the same as one quarter. It comes from the Spanish 'real' which was called a 'bit'. A 'bit' was worth an eighth of a Spanish dollar.