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# How much is 100x.62cents ? - Office Equipment & Supplies

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Multiply 100 by .62 and get 62 cents.

If you mean 100 times 62 cents (the same as 100 times \$.62), multiply 100 by 62 to get 6200 cents or \$62.

Posted on May 25, 2011

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