Q: How many cents is nine tenth of a dollar?

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A dime is one tenth of a dollar, so nine dimes is nine tenths (9/10) of a dollar.

$1.09, or one dollar and nine cents.

Example: in U.S.A. $0.99 is ninety-nine cents, so is 1 cent less than one dollar, which is 100 cents.

9 dimes are worth 90 cents or pennies. There are 100 pennies in a dollar and therefore 9 dimes is 90/100ths of a dollar. This simplifies to 9/10ths.

You should write it as XXX898.70 where XXX is the three letter international currency code. Many countries use "dollar" as their main currency unit and using the symbol $ is ambiguous. Furthermore, many browsers will not support currency symbols so that they appear as garbled text.

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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.

A dime is one tenth of a dollar, so nine dimes is nine tenths (9/10) of a dollar.

A dime is one tenth of a dollar, so nine dimes is nine tenths (9/10) of a dollar.

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umm at the dollar store

$2.078

20 + 3.89 + 1.49 = 25.38 dollars

$1.09, or one dollar and nine cents.

1.29 = one and twenty-nine hundredths, or one dollar and twenty-nine cents.

1.0980 is the same as 1.10 (has to be rounded up) $1.10 is one dollar and ten cents.

because it wasnt quit a dollar

Example: in U.S.A. $0.99 is ninety-nine cents, so is 1 cent less than one dollar, which is 100 cents.