Actually this site gives you the answer. Since a lot of it is based on date, I really couldn't give you a quick answer, but I thought this site would help you.
http://coins.about.com/library/coin_val … _cents.htm
The "Wheat Cent" often referred to as the "Wheat Penny" is one of the more common, hard-to-find coins that may end up in your change. What do I mean by common, hard-to-find? There are lots of rare coins out there and while many wheat cents aren't... read more
by Stacie L 5 years ago
Penny pinching: Can Obama manage elimination of one-cent coin?By Ali Weinberg, NBC News President Barack Obama finally broke his silence on an issue of national importance Friday he thinks its time to retire the penny.The possible extinction of the one-cent coin was a featured economic...
by Lgali 9 years ago
Wow I earn today 0.1 cents and yesterday $2.0
by Nancy Thornburg 8 years ago
You have $1.00 to take 100 people to the movies. It costs: 1 cent for 10 children, 3 cents for...each woman, 5 cents for each man. You have to take at least one of each category of people. Your answer has to add up to exactly 100 people and exactly $1.00. How many men, women, and...
by Jakipret 6 years ago
how much do you make a day?
by Muhammad Mashhood Qasmi 5 years ago
Please answer this tricky question.I have 2 coins in my hand that add up to 11c. One of the coins isn't a 10c piece. What are the coins?
by Nichol marie 3 years ago
So the goverment will be getting rid of Pennies,what do you think of this?I like pennies, unlike most.My husband hates pennies and prices like 1.99So....will this make our lives easier
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