Depending on which penny, there is a range of weights.
It depends very much on which country issued the coin and its date. Some of the most common coins are:
1707-1796: 0.5 gm
1797: 28.3 gm
1798-1859: 18.8 gm
1860-1970: 9.4 gm
1971-present: 3.56 gm
US cents (universally called "pennies"):
1793-1796: 13.48 gm
1796-1857: 10.89 gm
1856-1864: 4.67 gm
1864-1942: 3.11 gm
1943 2.67: gm
1944-1981: 3.11 gm
1982: 3.11 gm or 2.5 gm depending on composition
1982-present: 2.5 gm
Assuming you are referring to United States Lincoln cents: 1909-1981 (except 1943) (95% Copper and 5% Zinc) - 3.089 grams (147 to the pound) 1943 pennies are steel with a zinc coating and weigh about 2.7 grams (about 168 to the pound). 1983- to date (2.5% Copper and 97.5% Zinc) - 2.500 grams (181 to the pound) In 1982, both the 95% copper and 97.5% zinc varieties were made - there is no easy way (other than by weighing them) to differentiate between them.
How much would 1000 penny weigh?
Each penny weighs 3.1g
As much as a penny.
They weigh about 1000000 times heavier than a penny
about 0.3 oz
Lincoln cents from 1983 to date weigh 2.5 grams.
From 1983 to date all Lincoln cents weigh 2.50 grams.
Copper pennies minted before 1982 weigh 3.11 grams.
That depends on the feather.A new US Penny will weigh approximately 2.5 grams (metric).An ostrich feather might weigh as much as twice that amount.A feather from a canary won't weigh anywhere near as much.A feather from a goose probably weighs less than a penny.
2.5 grams from 1982 to date
It's mass is 2.5 grams.
yes the hummingbird can weigh less than a penny
One penny weighs 2.5 grams, so 3,500 pennies weigh 8,750 grams.
The current penny (1982-present) weighs 2.5 grams. Before 1982 it weighed 3.1 grams.
1 billion pennies would weigh 5,511,556.55 pounds. The weight of a penny is 2.5 grams
a ring and 14k gold 18 inch chain weighs 15.7 in penny, how is it worth in u.s. dollars?
No, it depends on what the penny has been trough ex:a 2008 penny will weigh more than a 1980 penny because the 1980 penny would be wore down over time causing it to weigh less then a 2008 penny
2.5 grams = .088 oz
The bright appearance of a bronze British Penny is frequently mistaken for gold by some. If indeed it is gold plated, the thin layer of gold would not add much to the coin which normally weigh 9.45 grams.
Newborn gerbils weigh only 2.5-3.3 grams, and are about 3 centimeters long. That's about the size of a penny!
The weight depends on the year, as there was a change in the metal composition in 1982. Pennies minted after that weigh 2.5 grams. Older ones weigh 3.11 grams.