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Money and Metric Conversions Making sense of those conversion questions
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How many dollars are worth a ten-dollar bill? 10 dollars = 1 dekadollar
How many dollars are worth a hundred-dollar bill? 100 dollars = 1 Hectodollar
How many ten-dollar bills are worth a hundred-dollar bill? 10 dekadollars = 1 Hectodollar
How many dimes are worth a one- hundred-dollar bill? 1 decidollars = 1 Hectodollar
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