Q: What is the radius of a dime in mm?

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Not sure about thinking dimes, but a dime has a thickness of 1.35 mm.

A US dime has a diameter of 17.91 MM, a thickness of 1.35 MM, and a mass of 2.268 grams.

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

1 mm is the thickness of a dime. 1cm is 10 mm

The radius of a circle is always half of the distance of the diameter. If you have a 24 mm diameter - then the radius would be 12 mm.

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dime -- 17.9 mm diameter, 1.35 mm thickness

Not sure about thinking dimes, but a dime has a thickness of 1.35 mm.

A US dime has a diameter of 17.91 MM, a thickness of 1.35 MM, and a mass of 2.268 grams.

A circle with a radius of 6 mm has a circumference of 37.7 mm

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

The radius of a circle is always half of the distance of the diameter. If you have a 24 mm diameter - then the radius would be 12 mm.

1 mm is the thickness of a dime. 1cm is 10 mm

24 mm. The diameter is twice the radius.

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The dime has the smallest diameter among the listed coins, making it the coin with the smallest radius.

Radius of the circle: 6.28/2*pi = 0.999 mm or about 1 mm

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