# Is it correct to say a hundred?

## Is it correct to say a hundred?

The second and third examples are both correct. Which one you use is mostly a matter of preference, although a hundred appears more frequently than one hundred. There is also another form, an hundred, which was common in the past, but has mostly fallen out of use. The second or third version is correct in my opinion.

**What is a hundred number?**

100 or one hundred (Roman numeral: C) is the natural number following 99 and preceding 101. In medieval contexts, it may be described as the short hundred or five score in order to differentiate the English and Germanic use of “hundred” to describe the long hundred of six score or 120.

### What is an English hundred?

Hundred, unit of English local government and taxation, intermediate between village and shire, which survived into the 19th century. Originally, the term probably referred to a group of 100 hides (units of land required to support one peasant family). Increasingly, hundred courts fell into the hands of private lords.

**What’s another word for a hundred?**

What is another word for hundred?

centenary | centennial |
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centuplicate | century |

hundredth |

#### What is the opposite of hundred?

What is the opposite of hundred?

ace | bit |
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a shoestring | an insufficient amount |

next to nothing | a very small amount |

individual | need |

lack | one |

**What does a ton mean?**

The definition of a ton is a unit of weight equal to 2,000 pounds in the United States, Canada, South Africa and other countries and equal to 2,240 pounds in Great Britain, or is slang for a large amount.

## What is an example of a ton?

1 ton is a unit of weight in the U.S. customary system that is equal to 2000 pounds. The weight of a small car is about 1 ton or 2000 pounds. For example, the weight of the 2015 Mitsubishi Mirage is very close 1 ton. Then, 10 men weighing the same as the 200-pound man will weigh together 1 ton.

**Why is 100 called ton?**

The etymology of “ton” is described by the OED as derived from French meaning “cask.” My question is essentially how a word with this origin came to have a colloquial meaning referring to one hundred of something, such as in OED definitions referring to 100 points in cricket or darts, or 100 pounds in money.

### Is a metric ton the same as a ton?

1 ton is equal to 20 hundredweight. There is also an third type of ton called the metric ton, equal to 1000 kilograms, or approximately 2204 pounds. The metric ton is officially called tonne. The SI standard calls it tonne, but the U.S. Government recommends calling it metric ton.

**What is heavier than a ton?**

In the U.S., weight is measured in three units: ounces, pounds, and tons. An ounce is the smallest unit for measuring weight, a pound is the larger unit, and a ton is the largest unit.

#### What is 1000 kg called?

metric ton

**Why is a ton 2000 lbs?**

The ton is derived from the tun, the term applied to a cask of the largest capacity. This could contain a volume between 175 and 213 imperial gallons (210 and 256 US gal; 800 and 970 l), which could weigh around 2,000 pounds (910 kg) and occupy some 60 cubic feet (1.7 m3) of space.

## How much is a 7th of a ton?

A seventh of a ton equals pounds.

**How much is a ton of water?**

There are slightly more than 240 gallons in 1 ton of water. A ton is equal to 2,000 pounds and each gallon is composed of 8.33 pounds; a gallon measures the amount of liquid volume of a substance while a ton measures the true weight of a substance.

### How much is a ton of money?

According to the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, all U.S. bills weigh the same: one gram. About 454 grams make a pound, which means that a ton of dollar bills would be worth $908,000. With coins, it is a different story.

**Why is a metric ton equivalent to 1000 kg?**

The metric ton derived from the term tun, denoting a large amount of barrel used in the wine trade and named from the French tonnerre, or thunder. So the weight in the metric tons is equal to the ratio of the weight in the kilograms to 1000. For example: If we have to convert 400 kilogram into metric tons.

#### How many pound coins are in a ton?

104,000 coins

**What is a pound of $100 bills worth?**

A dollar bill weighs about 1 gram from a quick google. There are 454 grams in a pound, so $454 if it were $1 bills, $45,400 in $100 bills. Gold is currently running about $1624\oz, so $25,984 for a lb, making the $100 bills worth more, pound for pound.

## How much does $500 worth of quarters weigh?

Per the U.S. Mint, a quarter has a nominal mass of 5.67 g. $500 = 2000 quarters. Doing the arithmetic, that comes to 11.34 kg or 25 lbs.

**How much is 3 pounds of dimes worth?**

A pound of dimes is worth about $20. The value of a pound of dimes can be calculated based on the weight of 2.27 grams for each dime produced by the U.S. Mint. Since 1 pound contains 453.59 grams, the number of dimes in 1 pound can be calculated by dividing 453.59 grams by 2.27 grams for a total of about 200 dimes.

### How many quarters is 100 pounds?

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Conversions Table | |
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1 Pounds to Quarters = 0.0357 | 70 Pounds to Quarters = 2.5 |

2 Pounds to Quarters = 0.0714 | 80 Pounds to Quarters = 2.8571 |

3 Pounds to Quarters = 0.1071 | 90 Pounds to Quarters = 3.2143 |

4 Pounds to Quarters = 0.1429 | 100 Pounds to Quarters = 3.5714 |

**What is the heaviest coin in America?**

The largest coin ever minted by the US Mint was a gold “Half Union” pattern in 1877, weighing 83.45 grams, and 51.1 mm in diameter.

#### How many nickels are in a $2 roll?

Number of Coins in a Standard Roll

Denomination | Number of Coins | Face Value |
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Penny or 1 Cent | 50 | $0.50 |

Nickel or 5 Cents | 40 | $2.00 |

Dime or 10 Cents | 50 | $5.00 |

Quarter or 25 Cents | 40 | $10.00 |

**How much is 25 rolls of nickels worth?**

So, the next time you count your coins you won’t be guessing how many go into each roll. Nickels contain $2.00 and one nickel is . 05 cents, so $2.00 divides by ….How Many Coins In A Roll.

Denomination | Count | Face Value |
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Large Dollars – Silver Dollars | 20 | $20.00 |

Small Dollars – Golden Dollars | 25 | $25.00 |

## How much is in a roll of nickels?

Have you ever looked at a coin roll and wondered how many coins are contained in each one? Beyond the usual $. 50 per penny roll or 40 nickels to complete a $2 roll, the denominations can become less self-explanatory the higher the face value and physical thickness of a coin.

**How many nickels are there in $1?**

20 nickels

### What 5 coins make a dollar?

The nickel is a US coin worth five cents. Twenty nickels make a dollar. One nickel can be written 5¢ or $0.05.

**Is penny and cent same?**

The United States one-cent coin (symbol: ¢), often called the penny, is a unit of currency equaling one one-hundredth of a United States dollar. The first U.S. cent was produced in 1787, and the cent has been issued primarily as a copper or copper-plated coin throughout its history.

#### How much is 3 pennies worth?

How Much is 3 Pennies Worth?

Coin or banknote: | Quantity: |
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dollars half-dollars quarters dimes nickels pennies cents | dollars half-dollars quarters dimes nickels pennies cents |

3 pennies equals: | |

3 pennies equals 0.03 dollar | |

3 pennies also equals to: 3 cents 3 penny × 1 = 3 cents |

**How do you get 99 cents?**

The answer is 10 coins, 3 Quarters, 1 dime, 2 nickel, and 4 pennies. With this combination you can produce any number between 1-99 cents. An alternative answer would be 6 coins, 3 Quarters, 2 dimes and 1 nickel.