Q: What coin weighs 6.5 grams?

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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.

The US nickel (5 cents) weighs 5 grams.

The British one pound coin weighs 9.5 grams.

No, the Two Dollar coin is heavier. An Australian 10 cent coin weighs 5.66 grams. An Australian 2 Dollar coin weighs 6.6 grams.

A bimetallic 2 Euro coin (not to be confused with a copper 2 Euro Cent coin) weighs 8.50 grams.

A gram is defined as the weight of a cubic millimeter of water, so 65 cubic millimeters of water weighs 65 grams.

One each of the 5, 10, 20 and 50 cent, 1 Dollar and 2 Dollar coins = 50.95 grams. Australian coins have the following weights - 1 cent - 2.59 grams 2 cent - 5.18 grams 5 cent - 2.83 grams 10 cent - 5.66 grams 20 cent - 11.31 grams 50 cent - 15.55 grams 1 Dollar - 9 grams 2 Dollar - 6.6 grams The 1 and 2 cent coins are still legal tender.

Yes. The current 5 pence coin issued since 1990, weighs 3.25 grams. The current 10 pence coin issued since 1992, weighs 6.5 grams.

A U.S. nickel weighs 5 grams. 20 Nickels equal 100 grams.

This would depend heavily on your definition of "penny." Since this is in the US Coins section I will assume you mean American, however there are still variances: For modern Lincoln cents, from 1982-date each coin weighs 2.5 grams. Therefore 700,000 would weigh 1,750,000 grams, or 3858.09 pounds. For Indian head cents from 1864-1909, and Lincoln cents from 1909-1982 (excluding 1943 steel cents) each coin weighs 3.11 grams. 700,000 would weigh 2,177,000 grams , or 4799.46 pounds. For steel Lincoln cents, dated 1943, each coin weighs 2.70 grams, so 700,000 weighs 1,890,000 grams, or 4166.74 pounds For Flying Eagle Cents (1856-1858) and Indian heads (1859-1864) each coin weighs 4.67 grams, so 700,000 weighs 3,269,000 grams, or 7206.91 pounds. For Large Cents from 1796-1857 each coin weighs 10.89 grams, so 700,000 weighs 7,623,000 grams, or 16,805.84 pounds. For Flowing Hair and Liberty Cap Large Cents (1793-1796) each coin weighs 13.48 grams, so 700,000 weighs 9,436,000 grams, or 20,802.82 pounds. So there you go.

The current US Dime weighs 2.268 grams. The current British Penny weighs 3.56 grams.

i have the same coin and it depends on the coin which is 5.5 grams and it is about 22 carat which is £164.09