Making limit orders for small chunks of BTC

On GDAX.
If I wanted to put in a limit order for $250 of BTC at a price of $8250

What would that look like? How does the math work? I bought 1 BTC at $7k. That math was easy, when I get into the smaller orders I get confused. I would like to avoid paying fees if possible.

Thanks for your help!

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.0303 btc @ 8250? that would be 250.

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I’m not aware of any charitable foundations running an exchange. Budget for 0.25%.

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BTC amount = ($$$ you want to invest) / (Price of BTC in $$$) = $250 / $8250 = 0.03030303 BTC

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Thank you.
I honestly didn’t know. When I do market orders I see fees taken out. I understand it is a business.
Coinbase made a Billion dollars in fees last year. I want limit the ones I pay as much as possible.

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yeah market orders will cost you. Do GDAX limit orders and it’ll be free.

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