Q: How many pennies do you need to have 10 dollars?

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To make $10 billion dollars, you would need 10 trillion pennies. This is a very large amount of pennies, but wouldn't be impossible to gather in several lifetimes.

1 billion pennies

10 dollars

10 million

10,000,000 pennies = $100,000.00

10 dollars

1000

1000 pennies

10 dollars

3,000 pennies equal $300 This answer is incorrect - there are 30,000 pennies in $300 dollars. ($1 = 100 pennies | $10 = 3,000 pennies | $100 = 30,000 pennies)

A roll of pennies contains 50 pennies, or 50 cents. Two rolls is 1.00, so to get 10 dollars you need 20 rolls

100 pennies = $1 So all we need to do is divide 1 billion (1,000,000,000) by 100. For out answer we get 10,000,000 or $10 million.

10 dollars is equal to 1,000 cents, or pennies.

100 pennies = $1.00 so 10 times as many pennies = 10 times as many dollars 1000 pennies = ten dollar bill 1,000,000 pennies/1,000 = 1,000 ten dollar bills (aka $10,000.00)

1 billion pennies (not pennys) = 10 million dollars.

There are 10 dollars in 1000 pennies since each dollar consist of 100 pennies, we simply divide 1000 by 100 to get amt of dollars in 1000 pennies

one billion/100= $10 million

1 x 10^8 pennies.

There's 100 pennies in a dollar, so in $1100 there are 110,000 pennies.

A Billion Pennies Would Equal 10 Million Dollars.

100 pennys=$1.00 do the math.

10 dollars$10

There are 10 pennies in 10 p.

$4.25 = 4 dollars + 2 dimes + 5 pennies. Multiplying each term by 5 results in 20 dollars + 10 dimes + 25 pennies. 10 dimes = 1 dollar and 25 pennies = 2 dimes + 5 pennies; therefore, the answer can be simplified to 11 dollars, 2 dimes, and 5 pennies.

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