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The US has minted 1¢ coins since 1793, and at 3 different mints so there are many hundreds of different possibilities. Please post a new, separate question with the coin's date.

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Each Line is a Different Way (11 Ways)100 Pennies & 0 Dimes90 Pennies & 1 Dimes80 Pennies & 2 Dimes70 Pennies & 3 Dimes60 Pennies & 4 Dimes50 Pennies & 5 Dimes40 Pennies & 6 Dimes30 Pennies & 7 Dimes20 Pennies & 8 Dimes10 Pennies & 9 Dimes0 Pennies & 10 Dimes

125 pennies

100 pennies = 100 [pennies].

There are 100 pennies in 1 dollar.Therefore: 100 ÷ 4 = 25 pennies.

About 181 pennies per pound.

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1 cent the values of pennies haven't changed much

1 cent the values of pennies haven't changed much

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There are 12 ways, represented by the values P = 5x or 25x, N = 0 to 5, D = 0 to 2.25 pennies20 pennies, 1 nickel15 pennies, 2 nickels10 pennies, 3 nickels5 pennies, 4 nickels15 pennies, 1 dime10 pennies, 1 dime, 1 nickel5 pennies, 2 dimes5 pennies, 1 dime, 2 nickels5 nickels3 nickels, 1 dime1 nickel, 2 dimes

$2.35. For the values of other Wheat Pennies, refer to the related link below.

The related link below has values of all US coins and it's FREE.

Both dates are very common wheat cents. In circulated condition, values are 2 cents.

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Imagine placing a penny on a table in front of you and another penny an arm's length away. There are two pennies in total and one of them is close to you. One out of two pennies (half the pennies) is written 1/2 Do the same thing with two more pennies. Now there are four pennies and two of them are close to you. Two out of four is written 2/4 But it's still half of the total number of pennies. As long as the ratio between the numerator and denominator is the same, in this case the numerator is half the denominator, the values are equivalent. 1/2 = 2/4

There are 100 Pennies in a Dollar. >> and 5 Pennies in a Nickel. >> and 10 Pennies in a Dime. >> and 25 Pennies in a Quarter. >> and 50 Pennies in a Half Dollar.

13 pennies. 2 nickels 3 pennies 1 dime 3 pennies 8 pennies 1 nickel 9 pennies 4 pennies 12 pennies 1 pennies