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Anonymous asked in Science & MathematicsMathematics · 1 year ago

# How much money is this , \$0.0311?

Is it \$3.11 cents?

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• 3.11

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• 3.11 cents.

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• 3.11¢ is correct. When you are figuring out cents move the decimal point two places to the right and replace the dollar sign with a cents sign.

Remember, a cent is a hundredth part of a dollar.

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• To convert from dollars to cents, drop the dollar sign and move the decimal point two places to the right. Add a cent sign.

Example:

\$1.50 = 150¢

\$0.25 = 25¢

\$0.05 = 5¢

\$0.025 = 2.5¢

So:

\$0.0311 = 3.11¢

Here's another way to see the conversion from dollars to cents:

0.0311 (dollars) × 100 (cents/dollar) = 3.11 (cents)

3.11¢

You are almost correct; just get rid of the dollar sign.

• * instead of the three dots apparently automatically gratuitously substituted & inserted by the forum in the third Comment between ['Zero and three-hundredths-and-one-thousandth-and-] & [ dollars'], please instead use: [one-ten-thousandth], as that respresents the \$0.0001 part of the amount *

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• It's 3.11 cents; don't put the dollar sign in the "cents" expression.

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• Yes, that's correct.

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• Nowhere close. It is a fraction over 3 cents.

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• 3 cents

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• "\$0.0311 cents" isn't meaningful because dollars and cents are two different units.

\$0.0311 = 3.11 cents would be correct.

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• yes

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