There are 56 of the dollar coins in a pound, but as they are not bullion, it is not especially relevant. The coin weighs 8.1 grams and there are 453.6 grams in a pound.
Assuming the question refers to US dollar coins: Each current US $1 coin weighs 8.1 grams. There are 453.6 gm in one US pound, so the formula is 453.6 / 8.1 = 56 coins.
A British One Pound coin weighs 9.5 grams, so about 10.5 One Pound coins would weigh 100 grams.
Half-dollars dated 1971 and later weigh 2/5 of an ounce, so grab your calculator and go from there.
Each weighs 1 gram, 454 grams to 1 pound, so $454 is a pound!
It depends on the denominations of the coins, a silver dollar weighs a lot more than a dime.
there are 40320000 dollars in one pound each dollar weighs out to a gram
A pound weighs 0.453592 kg
A dollar bill weighs 1 gram. A pound is roughly 453.5 grams so that'd be about 454 dollar bills. You may have wanted to know what was equivalent to a British Pound. One US Dollar is equal to 0.612502 of a British Pound.
A $1 bill weighs about 1 gram and there are about 454 gm in a pound. Also, this site has a Coins and Currency thread that is more appropriate to questions about, uh, coins and currency. Money and Credit is generally for questions about credit cards, finances, checking accounts, etc.
Each bill weighs approximately 1 gm so that means there are about 454 bills per pound.
There are no 50 cent coins in a Pound. There are two 50 Pence coins in a Pound.
If you are asking about a pound avoirdupois: A US dollar bill weighs about 1 gram. Thus, there are 454 dollar bills to a pound. If you are asking about a British pound: As of February 23, 2009, one British pound is worth about 1.45 US dollars.
The modern British two pound coin weighs 12 grams two weight pounds is 907 grams 907/12 = 75.58 so 76 2£ coins weigh 2lb
A pound of silver coins is about $500.00
A roll (40 coins) of U.S. nickels weighs less than a half pound. 90 nickels equals a little more than one pound.
Half-pound equal 1 dollar.
The answer will depend on the dollar pound exchange rate. Many countries use dollar as their currency and many countries use pound. As a result there are many dollar-pound rates. Also, these rates change over time. SO there is not enough information to answer the question.
1,300 divided by 1 = 1,300 One Pound coins
There are many types of Five Pound coins. The Five Pound coin currently known as the Crown was first issued in 1990. See the attached link for details of the individual coins.
A pound of anything is 453.592 grams.
According to U.S. Code: Title 31, Section 5112 (Money and Finance), Sec. 5112, Denominations, specifications, and design of coins: The Official weight of U.S. coins: (1) a half dollar coin weighs 11.34 grams. (2) a quarter dollar coin weighs 5.67 grams. (3) a dime coin weighs 2.268 grams. (4) a 5-cent coin weighs 5 grams. (5) a one-cent coin weighs 3.11 grams. Reference: http://www4.law.cornell.edu/uscode/html/uscode31/usc_sec_31_00005112----000-.html Note that the authorized weights are in grams. There are 454 grams in a pound,so if a coin weighs x grams, the number of coins in a pound would be 454/x. For example, a nickel weighs 5 grams. So there would be 454/5 = about 91 nickels in a pound. Reference: http://mathforum.org/library/drmath/view/58464.html Therefore*: (1) One half-dollar weighs 11.34 grams, dividing into 454 grams per pound, we get 40 half-dollars in one pound. At $0.50 cents each, this equates to $20.00 worth of half-dollars in one pound. (2) One quarter weighs 5.67 grams, dividing into 454 grams per pound, we get 80 quarters in one pound. At $0.25 cents each, this equates to $20.00 worth of quarters in one pound. (3) One dime weighs 2.268 grams, dividing into 454 grams per pound, we get 200 dimes in one pound. At $0.10 cents each, this equates to $20.00 worth of dimes in one pound. (4) One nickel weighs 5.00 grams, dividing into 454 grams per pound, we get 91 nickels in one pound. At $0.05 cents each, this equates to $4.55 worth of nickels in one pound. (5) One cent weighs 3.11 grams, dividing into 454 grams per pound, we get 146 cents in one pound. At $0.01 cent each, this equates to $1.46 worth of cents in one pound. * Rounded to nearest full coin.
1 pound coin = 9.5g 1lb = 453.59g 453.59/9.5 = 47.78 coins, you'll need 48 coins to make the pound weight.
Please be more specific. Many U.S. one dollar coins are considered rare.