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5 pennies, or 0.05 dollars.

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Q: How many pennies more than two dollars are there in 2.05?

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16 ounces (or 1 pound) of pennies would be a total of about 181 pennies.

If on the first day you have 1 penny, on the 64th day, you would have 263 pennies, or about $ 9.22 x 1016 dollars. On the US short scale, this is more than 92 quadrillion dollars (92,000 trillion dollars), which is more money than there is in the entire world. The total GDP of all the countries on Earth is only about 80 to 90 trillion dollars, about 1000 times less than your hoard of pennies.

Assuming that pennies means cents (why?) then yes.

There are 100 pennies in every dollar so 600 dollars would be 600x100, or 60,000 pennies.

You have seven quarters and four pennies. q + p = 11 p + 3 = q (p + 3) + p = 11 2p + 3 = 11 2p = 8 p = 4 11 - 4 = 7

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The 1949 Australian pennies are worth more than 50 United States Dollars.

16 ounces (or 1 pound) of pennies would be a total of about 181 pennies.

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If on the first day you have 1 penny, on the 64th day, you would have 263 pennies, or about $ 9.22 x 1016 dollars. On the US short scale, this is more than 92 quadrillion dollars (92,000 trillion dollars), which is more money than there is in the entire world. The total GDP of all the countries on Earth is only about 80 to 90 trillion dollars, about 1000 times less than your hoard of pennies.

Two pennIes

They're not.

There is more than one possible answer to this question. One possible answer is 12 quarters, 7 dimes, and 4 pennies.

They are worth more because less were minted.

Must you end with? I would say none.

...but only a penny more!

Because Indian Head pennies are older than the more familiar wheat and memorial cents. Thus, less are preserved and they are scarcer. Also, many times the mintage figures were much, much, lower on early Indian Head pennies than on even wheat pennies, let alone memorial cents.

It depends how many pennies is in a pound of pennies.1.482 dollarsCorrection and ExplanationAssuming you have US cents minted after 1982, they weigh 2.5 grams each. There are 453.6 grams in a standard pound, so that means a pound of pennies consists of 453.6/2.5 = 181.44 coins, or a bit more than $1.81If the coins are dated before 1982 they weigh 3.11 grams each so a pound would be 453.6/3.11 = 145.8 cents, or about $1.46