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(1)A grocer kept all the pennies he found left in his store from 1975 to 2000. There were 113,964 pennies in ... pennies he found in a day? (HINT: Don't forget leap years!)

Answer: (13) Kind of confused how I got it. Will someone please explain I know that there are six leap years from 1975 to 2000. Please help Ms. Sue anybody!!!

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(25 * 365) + 6 = 9,131 days

113,964/9,131 = 12.4809987953 pennies per day

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