This will depend upon the year of the pennies, because the make-up of pennies is not only copper and has changed over the years.
2 pennies since its fatty food
365 pennies = $3.65
A penny from 2000 is worth one cent.
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The value of Irish pennies depends on their condition and year.
they still make pennies
WHAT YEARS be more specific..
Not much more than pennies a day
The last year that wheat pennies were minted was 1958.
Mainly 1909 S VDB Penny, and 1955 Double Die, also any Pennies under 1850 can be found of much value.
A light year is much larger. 1 light year = 63,240 Astronomical Units
Without knowing the year and condition of the penny, it's impossible to value.
Post a new question and include denomination, condition, mintmark and year.
These pennies are called "Wheat Pennies". They were last made in 1958.
No. The last year for wheat pennies was 1958. 1959 was the first year for Lincoln Memorial pennies.
1815 is the only year U.S. one cent coins (pennies) were not made.
A light year is the distance that light can travel in a year.
The question should be How Long is a light year (in standard form) as a light year is the DISTANCE that light will travel in one year No...I'm not sure what a light year would be in a leap year.
No. A light year is much larger than an AU, roughly 63,000 AU.
A light year is much bigger, an AU is only about 8 light minutes.1 light year = 63,240 AU
A light year is 9,460,730,472,580.8 km. It is the distance covered by light in one year at the rate of 299,792,458 m/s.
A light year is a unit of distance, It is the Distance Which light will Travel in an year This is the largest unit of Distance. 1 light year = 9.4605284 × 1015 meters !!