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## Lesson

1. How many mills are in any number of cents?

**As there are 10 mills in 1 cent, in any number of cents, there are 10 times as many mills as cents.**

2. What is the rule for reducing cents to mills?

**To reduce cents to mills, multiply the number of cents by ten; that is, annex one zero.**

3. What is the rule for reducing mills to cents?

**To reduce mills to cents, divide the number of mills by ten; that is, cut off one figure from the right.**

4. How many cents are in any number of dollars.

**As there are 10 cents in 1 dime and 10 dimes in 1 dollar, there are 10 × 10 = 100 cents in 1 dollar. Then, in any number of dollars there are 100 times as many cents as dollars. **

5. What is the rule for reducing dollars to cents?

**To reduce dollars to cents, multiply the number of dollars by one hundred; that is, annex two zeroes.**

6. What is the rule for reducing dollars to cents?

**To reduce cents to dollars, divide the number of cents by one hundred; that is, cut off two figures from the right.**

7. How many mills are in any number of dollars?

**As there are 10 mills in 1 cent and 100 cents in 1 dollar, there are 100 × 10 = 1,000 mills in 1 dollar; then, in any number of dollars there are 1,000 times as many mills as dollars.**

8. What is the rule for reducing dollars to mills?

**To reduce dollars to mills, multiply the number of dollars by one thousand; that is, annex three zeroes.**

9. What is the rule for reducing mills to dollars?

**To reduce mills to dollars, divide the number of mills by one thousand: that is, cut off three figures from the right.**