“$” is the symbol of the representative.
There are many theories about the origin of the dollar, two of the more common.
According to one view, the symbol is formed by placing a narrow U over a wide S, and therefore represents the United States.
Another view is that this is the evolution of PS superposition.
The origin of the “$” goes back to the early 16th century, when Spain minted a silver dollar called the PESO.
The silver dollar has a crown and royal emblem (lion and castle) on one side and two columns on the other.
PS is an abbreviation for the Pesos, an American round coin of the 18th and 19th centuries.
The coins were used throughout the country until 1974, when the U.S. Mint was officially established.
Later, the U.S. government recognized the dollar sign as the unit of the new currency, the dollar.
When writing, put the $in front of the number.
For example, $1 should be written as $1, $50 should be written as $50