In U.S. currency, one million pennies are worth 10,000 dollars. A penny is worth one cent, and one cent is 1/100 of a dollar. In other words, a dollar is equal to 100 pennies, so one million pennies divided by 100 provid... More »

One thousand millions equal one billion. According to Oxford Dictionaries, this equivalence has always been true in American English, but British English used to equate one million millions with one billion. More »

Ten lakhs equal 1 million, as one lakh refers to 100,000 of something, usually with regards to sums of rupees in Pakistan and India. When someone says "2 million rupees," it is equivalent to "20 lakh rupees" in India. Th... More »

One million pennies have a face value of $10,000. According to a USA Today article, the total weight of a million pennies is approximately 3.6 tons. More »

Yen, the currency used in Japan, is significantly less valuable than the currency used in the U.S. To convert 1,000 yen to US dollars, you'll need to know the exchange rate between the two forms of currency and perform b... More »

Find currency conversion rates for Canadian and U.S. dollars by visiting a bank or a number of online sources, such as the Bank of Canada or Bloomberg. Many newspapers also print currency conversion information, although... More »

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Regularly updated currency converters that allow conversion between U.S. dollars and Iranian rial are available at Onada.com and XE.com. Both sites allow users to see how many rial equate to a given amount in dollars, as... More »

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