How Much Money Is a Million Pennies?

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A penny is worth one cent, and there are 100 cents in a dollar. That means 100 pennies per dollar. So, divide 1 million pennies by 100 and you get $10,000.
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1. Check the date on the coin. The coin must be a Lincoln penny from 1943. 2. Check that the coin isn't made of steel. Steel pennies were minted to replace copper and zinc pennies
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2 million pennies are equal to $20,000. 1 million pennies are equal to $10,000. There are 100 pennies in 1 dollar, so to figure out how many dollars are in any amount of pennies,
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A million pennies adds up to $10,000. Ten thousand U.S. dollars. There is 100 pennies for every dollar. 100 times 10,000 is 1 million. Or take one million and multiply by 0.01 and you will get 10,000.
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