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United States dollar
The United States dollar (sign: $), also called the U.S. dollar or American dollar, is the currency of the United States. Some other countries, such as Ecuador and Panama, also use it as currency.
One cent (sign: ¢) is one hundredth (1/100th or 0.01) of a dollar.
Circulation[edit | edit source]
These are coins and banknotes that are still being made by the United States Mint.
Banknotes[edit | edit source]
One-dollar bill ($1) with George Washington
Two-dollar bill ($2) with Thomas Jefferson
Five-dollar bill ($5) with Abraham Lincoln
Ten-dollar bill ($10) with Alexander Hamilton
Twenty-dollar bill ($20) with Andrew Jackson
Fifty-dollar bill ($50) with Ulysses S. Grant
Hundred-dollar bill ($100) with Benjamin Franklin
Coins[edit | edit source]
Penny (1¢) with Abraham Lincoln
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Nickel (5¢) with Thomas Jefferson
Dime (10¢) with Franklin D. Roosevelt
Quarter (25¢) with George Washington
Half dollar (50¢) with John F. Kennedy
Dollar coin ($1) with the Statue of Liberty