@scare-ah Uhh, are you new to America? 3.00 with the cent sign clearly implies that it it 3 dollars and 0 cents. It wouldn`t make sense to have the decimal point if it were cents, considering there`s no way to pay a fraction of a penny.

Yeah and I learned that a cent sign means cents in kindergarten. That was the joke.. Jeez I understand what a fooken decimal sign is. I know what a dollar is.. Cripes

there`s no way to pay a fraction of a penny? tell that to the guy who puts up the prices at the gas station, then.

that price tag does, indeed, say 3 and no one-hundredths cents. if it were 3.50 then you`d have to find another book of x.50 (or two of x.25, etc) to make up the extra penny. fail mathematical syntax much there theshgn2?

Well, I actually have a couple half cent coins that have been out of circulation or years. There were `less than one cent` pieces back when pennies were worth much more. In scare-ah`s defense and adding to razbitom`s argument.

- Wow, talk about a blunt title.
Uhh, are you new to America?

3.00 with the cent sign clearly implies that it it 3 dollars and 0 cents. It wouldn`t make sense to have the decimal point if it were cents, considering there`s no way to pay a fraction of a penny.

There is a decimal place and three digits. I learned that in grade one.

that price tag does, indeed, say 3 and no one-hundredths cents. if it were 3.50 then you`d have to find another book of x.50 (or two of x.25, etc) to make up the extra penny.

fail mathematical syntax much there theshgn2?