How heavy is 1 million pound coins?
One British Pound weighs 9.5 grams. Therefore one million pounds weighs 9.5 million grams, or 9500 kilograms, or 9.5 tonnes. You'd need a big piggy bank.
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A pile of one million British one penny pieces minted in copper plated steel would be approximately 1,650m (5,413ft) tall, because each coin is 1.65mm (0.065in) thick.
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It would depend on the size of the telephone box, but probably not.
The British One Pound coin weighs 9.5 grams. Therefore, 100 One Pound coins weighs 950 grams or 0.95 kilograms.
There are 100 pence in a pound. Multiply by 100
Let's see, now. The Â£ coin is 3.15mm thick. So a thousand will be3.15 metres, and a million will be 3,150 metres. Which is around 5 times higher than the worlds tallest bui…lding, todate, Burj Khalifa in Dubai.
Assuming that 1 pound is 4cm 3 then 1 million would be 4 million cm 3. Pound coin is 3.15 mm thick so a tower of 1 million, would be 3150 metres tall.
The British One Pound coin is 22.5mm in diameter and 3.15mm thick. If you lined one million One Pound coins up edge to edge in a straight line, the line would be 22.5 kilomet…res long. If you stacked one million One Pound coins up flat, one on top of the other, the stack would be 3.15 kilometres high.
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The British One Pound coin is a single coin known as a One Pound coin.
1 = 9.5 gm (UK 1 Pound coin) 1,000 = 9.5 kg 1,000,000 = 9,500 kg