How Many American Cents in a Dime?


A dime is 10 US cents, or a 10th of a US dollar. A dime is a small silver-coloured coin valued at 10 cents and used in the USA. Dime, from the French word dixieme meaning a tenth, was expressive of a tenth part of the standard silver dollar.
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Franklin Delano Roosevelt, the 32nd President of the US, is on the front of the American dime. The Roosevelt dime replaced the Mercury dime in 1946.
A dime is 10 US cents, or a 10th of a US dollar. This is currently equal to 0.053 British pence. A nickel is 5 cents, and a quarter is 25 cents
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An American dime is worth ten cents. Authorized in 1792 by the Coinage Act, it is one-tenth of the official US currency, the dollar. The dime is small in diameter ...
There are 10 cents in a dime. One dime is one tenth of an American dollar, and there are 100 cents in one dollar. ...
Well, there are ten (10) cents in one (1) dime. Similarly, there are twenty-five (25) cents in 1 quarter and hundred (100) cents in one dollar. ...
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