Q: What is 67 cents out of 1 dollar?

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2/3 of $1 is 66.666 cents, rounded off to 67 cents.

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.

Ten cents is 1/10 of a dollar. Twenty cents is 2/10 of a dollar, or 1/5 of a dollar. Twenty five cents is 2.5/10 of a dollar, or 1/4 of a dollar. and so on.

There are 100 cents in 1 dollar.

one hundred (100) cents equal one (1) dollar.

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2/3 * 1 = 2/3 = .67 or 67 cents.

2/3 of $1 is 66.666 cents, rounded off to 67 cents.

1 dollar and 67 cents

67 cents

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.

Ten cents is 1/10 of a dollar. Twenty cents is 2/10 of a dollar, or 1/5 of a dollar. Twenty five cents is 2.5/10 of a dollar, or 1/4 of a dollar. and so on.

+67 cents

5 cents = 1 nickel 10 cents = 1 dime 25 cents = 1 quarter 100 cents = 1 dollar thus, 20 nickels in 1 dollar 10 dimes in 1 dollar 4 quarters in 1 dollar

100 cents makes a dollar

50 cents, 25 cents, and 10 cents respectively.

1 dollar = 100 cents.Therefore 7 cents/1 dollar = 7 cents/100 cents = 7/100.

There are 100 cents in 1 dollar.