The standard weight of a US dime dated 1965 or later is 2.268 grams.

Older silver dimes weigh 2.5 grams.

US silver dimes weigh 2.5 grams, dimes dated 1965 to date weigh 2.27 grams.

Modern (i.e. 1965 and later) US dimes weigh 2.27 gm each which is 0.08 oz. That means 200 dimes weigh about one US pound, so 10 lbs would be 2000 dimes or $20.

a $5 roll of dimes weighs 4.0 oz

For modern dimes 1965-present, they weigh 2.268 grams. Silver dimes minted before 1965 weigh 2.5 grams.

From 1965 to date they weigh 2.27 grams. Dimes dated from 1965 to date weigh 2.268 grams. 1964 and older silver dimes weigh 2.5 grams.

146 Dimes weigh 2.268 grams and it takes 200 dimes to make a pound using the current Roosevelt dimes

142 dimes is 14 dollars and 20 cents.

two dollars

U.S. dimes minted since 1965 weigh 2.268 grams.

Modern dimes (1965-present) weigh 2.268 grams.

Modern copper-nickel dimes weigh 2.27 gm. Older (1964 and earlier) 90% silver dimes weighed 2.5 gm.

Yes dimes have to weigh exactly 2.27 grams and 200 dimes do weigh 1 pound.

20 cents is 2 dimes 20 dollars is 200 dimes.

Assuming the dimes are all dated 1965 or later, each one weighs 2.27 gm. Any dated 1964 or earlier weigh 2.5 gm.

One dime weighs 2.268 grams, so 100 of them weigh 226.8 grams.