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You could describe that measurement accurately and precisely with any unit of length.

But the 'millimeter' would probably produce the most convenient number.

Q: What unit of measurement do you use to measure the thickness of a dollar coin?

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Millimetres, as in 1.5 mm. You could use a micrometer to measure thickness of a coin.

2 dollar coin.

No, it's a coin that's worth 50 cents.

Diameter is 34mm. an Thickness is 2.83mm

That's a little more than 1/10 of an inch. About the thickness of a coin.

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Millimetres, as in 1.5 mm. You could use a micrometer to measure thickness of a coin.

Coins are measured in millimetres.

The thickness of a two dollar coin is 2.70mm thick.

The thickness of a Morgan one dollar coin is approximately 2.4 millimeters.

i/8 of an inch

3 mm

Micrometer.

Yes

0.085 inches (2.15 mm) in thickness, and is twice the weight of the quarter.

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With a micrometer (caliper) To measure the thinkness you use mm's

The thickness of all current circulating dollar coins issued by the US Mint is 2mm.