Q: What fraction of a dollar is 10 cents?

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90 cents / 1 dollar = 90 cents/100 conets = 90/100 = 9/10

First of all, how many cents is a dime? It's 10 cents.How many cents is a dollar? 100 cents.So to find the fraction of a dime in a dollar.... make the dime (10 cents) the numerator and the dollar (100 cents) the denominator so...dime/dollar or 10 cents/ 100 centsBy now you would see that 10/100 is the equivalent of 1/10 or 10%.So.... one dime is 10%, 0.1, 1/10 or one tenth of a dollar.One tenth

its 50 / 100 = 5 / 10 of a dollar

1 dollar = 100 cents = 10*10 cents. So ten lots of 10 cents make 1 dollar.1 dollar = 100 cents = 10*10 cents. So ten lots of 10 cents make 1 dollar.1 dollar = 100 cents = 10*10 cents. So ten lots of 10 cents make 1 dollar.1 dollar = 100 cents = 10*10 cents. So ten lots of 10 cents make 1 dollar.

3/10 30/100 (30 cents over 100 cents) = 3/10 (divide both the numerator and denominator by 10)

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Ten cents = 1/10 of a dollar.

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90 cents / 1 dollar = 90 cents/100 conets = 90/100 = 9/10

10/100 = 1/10

First of all, how many cents is a dime? It's 10 cents.How many cents is a dollar? 100 cents.So to find the fraction of a dime in a dollar.... make the dime (10 cents) the numerator and the dollar (100 cents) the denominator so...dime/dollar or 10 cents/ 100 centsBy now you would see that 10/100 is the equivalent of 1/10 or 10%.So.... one dime is 10%, 0.1, 1/10 or one tenth of a dollar.One tenth

Well, isn't that a happy little question! If you have 10 nickels, each worth 5 cents, you have a total of 50 cents. In terms of fractions, that would be 50/100, which simplifies to 1/2. Just think of all the lovely things you could buy with that!

It is 90/100. You can simplify that fraction if required.

There are 10 dimes in one dollar. One dime is one-tenth of a dollar.

its 50 / 100 = 5 / 10 of a dollar

3/10 30/100 (30 cents over 100 cents) = 3/10 (divide both the numerator and denominator by 10)

1 dollar = 100 cents = 10*10 cents. So ten lots of 10 cents make 1 dollar.1 dollar = 100 cents = 10*10 cents. So ten lots of 10 cents make 1 dollar.1 dollar = 100 cents = 10*10 cents. So ten lots of 10 cents make 1 dollar.1 dollar = 100 cents = 10*10 cents. So ten lots of 10 cents make 1 dollar.

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