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How many pennies can you fit in a square foot?

How many pennies can you fit in a square foot?

256 pennies per square foot if the rows are straight. No penny overlaps any edge and there’s no space left whatsoever – at least that’s what math tells us.

How many pennies can fit in a 10×10 room?

The diameter of a penny is 0.75 inches, so there will be 120 / 0.75 = 160 pennies in each row and column, or 25600 pennies in each layer.

How many pennies are in a box of pennies?

Number of Roles in a Box of Coins

Denomination Number of Rolls Face Value
Penny or 1 Cent 50 $25.00
Nickel or 5 Cents 50 $100.00
Dime or 10 Cents 50 $250.00
Quarter or 25 Cents 50 $500.00
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How many pennies fit in a cubic foot?

50,000 pennies
1 cubic foot holds almost 50,000 pennies, so that big pig would hold more than 200 million pennies! The question is, how much money is that – and can anyone carry it?

How much is a penny floor per square foot?

Depending on how you lay your floor, you can expect to spend about $3.00 per square foot in pennies.

How many pennies would fill up a room?

To answer the question directly, neatly stacked, one cubic foot will contain 49,152 pennies (256 stacks of 192 coins each), so one million pennies will occupy just over 20⅓ cubic feet (20.345).

Is using pennies for flooring illegal?

Is it legal to make a floor or other project from pennies? It’s absolutely legal to use pennies as a building material, or indeed for any other purpose for which you could lawfully use a plain disc of copper-clad zinc (other than to melt them down to recover the metal therein).

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Can I buy a box of pennies?

Coin Box- Pennies- 25- 50-CT- Red – Walmart.com.

What is a box of pennies?

If, upon impact, the 1982 penny lets loose a small ring (like a tiny bell would), then it’s 95 percent copper. If it merely clicks or thuds (hits the surface with no ringing sound), it’s a zinc cent. Of all the 1982 pennies I found while searching through this box, only eight checked out as zinc.

How many pennies stacked make a foot?

There are 84,480 pennies in a mile. Yes, that is correct – 84,480 pennies! An interesting fact to know: 16 pennies laid side by side constitute 12 inches in length, or one foot, and since 5,280 feet equals one mile, that gives us 84,480 pennies in a mile.

Is it illegal to decorate with coins?

As a matter of policy, the U.S. Mint does not promote coloring, plating or altering U.S. coinage: however, there are no sanctions against such activity absent fraudulent intent.