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Based on U.S. Currency conversions, 2/4 of a dollar is equal to .5 dollars, or 50 cents. The fraction 2/4 can be reduced to the more recognizable fraction 1/2, according to mathisfun.com.


Some of the major dollar store chains sell items for more or less than a dollar. For example, Dollar Tree stores sometimes sell items for less than a dollar, and 99 Cents Only stores sometimes sell items for more than a dollar.


Sand dollars are burrowing sea urchins found from northern Baja California to Alaska and throughout the Northern Hemisphere, with some species living in and around the Caribbean Sea. They live in subtidal zones in sheltered bays and in the muddy or sandy bottoms of intertidal zones. Off the coast, t


A half dollar is a coin with a value of exactly 50 cents. There are numerous types of half dollars in existence, with the most common featuring President John F. Kennedy on the front.


A U.S. half-dollar is 1.205 inches in diameter and approximately 0.085 inches thick and weighs just slightly more than 0.4 ounces. It is the largest U.S. coin in production.


As of Nov. 11, 2014, there are 0.628 British pounds in one U.S. dollar. There are other countries, which refer to their currency as dollars or pounds, which have different values.


There has never been a $1 million bill printed by the U.S. government. The largest bill printed in U.S. history is a $100,000 bill, and it was only printed in two years, 1934 and 1935.


In the U.S, $2 bills exist, although they are rare. The front displays the portrait of Thomas Jefferson, the third president of the United States, while the back features a reproduced version of John Trumbull's painting "The Declaration of Independence."


Ulysses S. Grant’s portrait is on the 50 dollar bill. He is the only president to appear on the $50 Federal Reserve Bank Note, as of 2014, although there are some movements to change this to Ronald Reagan.


Alexander Hamilton's portrait is on the $10 bill. He served in the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War, was a co-author of "The Federalist Papers," founded the first American political party and served as the first secretary of the treasury.