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How much heavier is a half-dollar coin than a dollar coin?


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2011-01-27 12:56:20
2011-01-27 12:56:20

A half dollar coin weighs 11.34 grams and a dollar coin weighs 8.1 grams so if you use subtraction then the answer would be 3.33.

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