According to the US Mint, the quarter is heaviest. Current weights:
Quarter - 5.67 gm
Nickel - 5.00 gm
Dime - 2.27 gm
The US Mint lists the following weights: Cent - 2.5 gm Nickel - 5.0 gm Dime - 2.27 gm Quarter - 5.67 gm Half - 11.34 gm "Golden" dollar - 8.1 gm
a nickel is not bigger than a penny its the same size
The density of anything can be found using m/v=d. where m is mass, v is volume, and d is density. therefore you find the volume of the coin (whether it be penny, nickel, dime, quarter, or peso) and then mass the coin on a balance and work the problem out.
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A penny is 1/5 of a nickel, 1/10 of a dime, 1/25 of a quarter and 1/100 of a dollar. A nickel is 1/2 of a dime, 1/5 of a quarter and 1/20 of a dollar. A dime is 2/5 of a quarter and 1/10 of a dollar. A quarter is 1/4 of a dollar.
Aside from the fact that they're all made from copper and nickel in varying proportions, one dime = two nickels one quarter = five nickels; two dimes and one nickel; or one dime and three nickels.
A quarter, a nickel, a dime, and a penny is only 41 cents ... not enough to make 75 cents in even one way.
It is 4/10.
There are 18.
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US coins: Cent - 19.05 mm Nickel - 21.2 mm Dime - 17.9 mm Quarter - 24.3 mm Half - 30.1 mm Dollar (modern) - 26.5 mm
Penny, nickel, dime, quarter, half dollar, dollar.