A stack of one million pennies reaches approximately 4,986.88 feet tall, or just a little higher than 831 6-feet tall men. The stack is 1,662.29 yards or 0.944 miles tall. 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 »

There are 100 million pennies in $1 million. Since there are 100 pennies in each dollar, multiplying 100 pennies per dollar times $1 million yields 100 million pennies. More »

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 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 »

The inconsistent system of linear equations is one for which there is no solution. When represented on a graph, the two lines are parallel and do not overlap. More »

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The identity function in math is one in which the output of the function is equal to its input, often written as f(x) = x for all x. The input-output pair made up of x and y are always identical, thus the name identity f... More »