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There are 181 pennies per pound 2000 x 181 = 362,000 or $3620

16 ounces

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$105.12 as prior to 1983 146 pennies weigh one pound.

22,000 modern pennies weight about 121.28 pounds , based on 181.4 pennies per pound. The old copper pennies weigh more.

Pre 1983 pennies at 153.5 pennies per pound. = 26.058 pounds and at today’s

Maybe 1 pound or two.

A pound weighs a pound unless you're in space where it seems to weigh nothing. I guess you should ask the right question which would look more like; " How many pennies in a pound?" Or better yet," How much is a pound of pennies worth?" I suggest that you skip the middle man and ask "Where is the nearest Coin Star?" BTW it's 165 (approx. depending on wear and year of mint) per pound.

250 grams or alittle over a half pound

100 new US pennies weigh 250 grams or 8.81849 ounces (about 1/2 pound).

There are 100 pennies in a £. Therefore 650,000,00 pennies = £650,000. A penny weighs 0.007848 of a pound therfore 650,000,00 pennies will weigh 510,120 pounds.

You need to specify which currency you are referring to.

Cents weigh different amounts depending on their dates. Before 1982, cents weighed 3.11 grams. Cents issued after 1982 weigh 2.5 grams. Cents issued DURING 1982 could weigh either amount (is this getting complicated enough?) A pound is equivalent to 453.6 gm, So with pennies made before 1982 it would take 146 pennies to get 454.6 grams... With pennies made after 1982 it would take 182 pennies.

A British 1p coin has a mass of 3.56 grams, so 1 pound (currency) worth of pennies (that is, 100 of them) would have a mass of 356 grams. At normal Earth surface gravity this would correspond to a weight of roughly 3.49 N, or 12.6 ounces.If you meant "how much does a pound (weight) of pennies weigh", then I'm sorry, if you don't know that a pound of pennies, or anything else, weighs a pound then I don't think we can help you.

How much does a 2 liter of pennies weigh?

Presuming that you are asking about US Lincoln pennies, the answer is that it depends. If the pennies are pre-1982, they are 95% copper and 5% zinc and weigh 147 to the pound. If the pennies are post-1982, they are 2.5% copper and 97.5% zinc and weigh 181 to the pound. In 1982, both types were made. In 1943, pennies were made from steel coated with zinc (so-called "silver pennies" or "steel pennies") and in 1944 (and I think 1945 as well) from old brass shell casings, so their counts would be a bit different.

9000 pennies weigh

If the Pennies are from 1983 to Present, then roughly 181 pennies.If the Pennies are from 1982 and earlier, the roughly 146 pennies.There can be a couple ways to look at it. We will just consider a normal size US cent.From 1983 to Present pennies weigh 2.5 grams1982 and earlier (Modern & Wheat Lincolns) pennies weigh 3.11 gramsThe difference is due to the a higher amount of Copper (95%) in earlier pennies. Modern pennies contain very little copper and are about 97% Zinc.1 pound = 453.59237 gramsMath453.59/2.5 = 181453.59/3.1 = 146__Over 1,000 years ago when the British Penny was first minted, they were made from gold. 240 Pennies weighed one pound, which is why the British Pound came to be known as the Pound. There were 240 Pennies to the Pound until Britains conversion to decimal currency in 1971.1 pound (weight) is equal to about 453 grams. The current British Penny weighs 3.56 grams, so there about 127 Pennies to the pound (weight).

It depends how many pennies is in a pound of pennies.1.482 dollarsCorrection and ExplanationAssuming you have US cents minted after 1982, they weigh 2.5 grams each. There are 453.6 grams in a standard pound, so that means a pound of pennies consists of 453.6/2.5 = 181.44 coins, or a bit more than $1.81If the coins are dated before 1982 they weigh 3.11 grams each so a pound would be 453.6/3.11 = 145.8 cents, or about $1.46

Copper Lincoln cents weigh 3.11 gm on average. One pound = 453.6 gm. Grab your calculator and go for it.

Of 1131 pennies, x weigh 3.09 g and y weigh 2.51 g. In total, the 1131 pennies weigh 3001.8 g. 3.09x + 2.51y 1131 = 3001.8 I have no idea what to do after that, or if it's even right. I was thinking maybe dividing, but the number was so small it had to be wrong. Tell me, what grade is this for?

180.55 pounds. 180 pennies in a pound and there is roughly 32,500 pennies in 5 gallons. 32,500.00 divided by 180= 180.55

They all weigh the same, one pound.

They both weigh a pound. Which means the weigh the same

they do not weigh a pound and weigh about an 1/8 of a pound