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Q: How many pennies placed side by side are in a foot?

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A penny is roughly 3/4" in diameter, if placed side by side it would take 2010 pennies to equal 134 feet.

Presumably the question should have been something like "How many pennies can be placed side-by-side to make up a length of 1 kilometre". Unfortunately, many countries use a penny as a currency unit and they are not the same size. So there cannot be a definitive answer.

1,000,000 British pennies would be 66666.6666666032 feet, 1,000,000 American pennies would be 62499.9999999405 feet, 1,000,000 Australian pennies would be 101049.868766308 feet, and 1,000,000 Canadian pennies would be 62499.9999999405 feet (the same as the American 'penny').

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A penny is roughly 3/4" in diameter, if placed side by side it would take 2010 pennies to equal 134 feet.

Presumably the question should have been something like "How many pennies can be placed side-by-side to make up a length of 1 kilometre". Unfortunately, many countries use a penny as a currency unit and they are not the same size. So there cannot be a definitive answer.

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1,000,000 British pennies would be 66666.6666666032 feet, 1,000,000 American pennies would be 62499.9999999405 feet, 1,000,000 Australian pennies would be 101049.868766308 feet, and 1,000,000 Canadian pennies would be 62499.9999999405 feet (the same as the American 'penny').

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