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suppose you wanted to place 1,000,000 pennies in large coin banks. if you put 50,000 pennies in each bank, in which bank would you find the 678,230th penny?

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  1. How many banks?

  2. The second

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  3. The answer is the 14th bank

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    posted by Sarah
  4. we are talking about a million pennies not 100 thousand so it wouldn't be the second. It would be the 14th

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  5. The Second

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  6. Bank america

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  7. the answer in real life is 14th and the second one

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