Exchange rates change every day so any answer posted here would be out of date within 24 hours. While it's not normal WikiAnswers policy to say "use the Internet", that's the …best approach in this case. You can check a site such as www.xe.com, CNNMoney, etc. for the latest conversion factors. (MORE)
"As far as I'm aware, milyar (or miliar) literally means million. Therefore, 1 milyar means 1 million." This is wrong. Million in Indonesian currency is called Juta. Milyar… translates to billion, ie 1000 million. 1 million million is called trillion. (MORE)
Practically nothing. It is LESS than a 16th of a dollar! If you got confused and ment 2 say 2000 rupiah that is still only worth MUCH less than a dollar. coins are practicall…y worthless unless used for tipping and change. (MORE)
Currently 1 USD = 9717 IDR (Indonesian Rupiah). This translated into 1 IDR = 0.000103 USD. Basically, 100 Rupiah would get you about 1 American cent..
Currency exchange ra…tes fluctuate over time, so it makes sense to go online to check for up-to-date information (can go to finance.yahoo.com).. (MORE)