In one pound there is 452 pennies
Incorrect: I'm sure you know there are 100 pennies in a pound.Yes, No, Maybe:It depends on whether the the question refers to British pennies or American cents (almost always called pennies, too) and whether "pound" refers to a unit of weight or the monetary unit. Without knowing exactly what's being asked, it's not possible to give a specific answer.
Well, I take your point, and I know terms such as this are international... but I still feel the most likely meaning here would be units of British money. Really, the question should, if talking about units of weight in imperial measurement, say "how many pennies would weigh approximately 1lb?"
About 181 pennies per pound.
100 pennies in a 1977 British Pound (decimalisation was in 1971 and a pre decimal pound had 240 pennies)
240 copper pennies equal a pound.
100 pennies = 1 pound.
1 pound = 20 shillings, 1 shilling = 12 pennies so 1 pound = 240 pennies.
240- there were 12 pennies in a shilling and 20 shillings in a pound.
10000 pennies equals one pound.
100 pence (=pennies)
There were 240 pre-decimal pennies in a pound.
Now it is 100 pence to the pound. Pre decimal currency, there were 240 pennies in a pound.
Prior to decimalisation, there were 240 Pennies in a British Pound. On decimalisation, there are 100 Pennies in a British Pound.
16 ounces (or 1 pound) of pennies would be a total of about 181 pennies.
There are 100 Pennies to the Pound. 100 x 564 = 56,400 Pennies.
13,000 pennies. 1 pound = 100 pence.
There are 100 pennies in one pound.
100 pennies equals a pound in the current decimal system. Before 1971, a pound sterling was divided into 240 pence.
100 pennies = 1 pound so 1 million pennies = (1 million/100) pounds = 10,000 pounds. Simple!
Nope - there are only 100 pennies in a pound.
I think it's 400