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Math Vocabulary Chapter 12 A. Cameron Gordon Computer Lab Project Mrs. Wilcox’s Class. money. dime. A coin worth 10 cents, 10¢ or $0.10. nickel. A coin worth 5 cents, 5 ¢ or $0.05 . penny. A coin worth 1 cent, 1¢ or $0.01. cent sign(¢). A symbol that represents cents.

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math vocabulary chapter 12 a

Math Vocabulary Chapter 12 A

Cameron Gordon

Computer Lab Project

Mrs. Wilcox’s Class

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dime
  • A coin worth 10 cents, 10¢ or $0.10
nickel
nickel
  • A coin worth 5 cents, 5 ¢ or $0.05
penny
penny
  • A coin worth 1 cent, 1¢ or $0.01
cent sign
cent sign(¢)
  • Asymbol that represents cents
half dollar
half dollar
  • A coin worth 50 cents, 50¢ or $0.50
quarter
quarter
  • A coin worth 25 cents, 25¢ or $0.25
dollar
dollar
  • A coin or bill worth 100 cents or $1.00
dollar sign
Dollar sign ($)
  • A symbol that represents dollars
decimal point
Decimal point
  • A symbol used to separate dollars from cents
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  • Thank you Ms.Wilcox and Ms. Van de Water for helping me with my PowerPoint. Also, thank you
  • Go Math.