Q: What year was the smallest number of pennies found?

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A penny from 2000 is worth one cent.

The number of years in 3 decades is 30. February does not have 30 days. It has 28 days and every fourth year one day is added, so it has 29 days, as this year.

greatest = 2,499,999 and least = 1,500,000

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It can be.A decimal number is simply a way of representing a number in such a way that the place value of each digit is ten times that of the digit to its right. So 365 is a decimal number and it is a cardinal number representing the number of days in an ordinary year.

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The smallest number of pennies minted in a single year was in 1922, with just over 7 million pennies produced.

Mainly 1909 S VDB Penny, and 1955 Double Die, also any Pennies under 1850 can be found of much value.

There are no exact records of the number of copper pennies made in 1943. It was about 40. Most pennies that year were made of steel.

they still make pennies

6,000,000,000 pennies equals $60,000,000 (sixty million dollars). 6 billion is about half of the total number of pennies made each year - 13,000,000,000 - so you are unlikely to see that many at once.

The number of pennies minted each year varies, but in recent years it has been around 7-8 billion pennies per year. This number can vary depending on demand for circulating currency and other factors.

The last year that wheat pennies were minted was 1958.

The last year for wheat pennies was 1958.

1815 is the only year U.S. one cent coins (pennies) were not made.

No. The last year for wheat pennies was 1958. 1959 was the first year for Lincoln Memorial pennies.

These pennies are called "Wheat Pennies". They were last made in 1958.

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