How many dollars are in a million pennies?

10,000 dollars. One hundred pennies makes one dollar. So if 100P = 1D, then the equation you need to solve this problem is 1,000,000P = ?D. To get this, you'd divide the 1,000,000 by the original 100.
1,000,000 / 100 = 10,000.
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100,000,000 pennies is 1 million dollars. 1,000,000 x 100 which is 100,000,000.
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