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## What is the volume of a penny in cubic inches?

A penny is 3/4″ diameter and zero.06″ thick, for a volume of 0.02696 cubic inches.

**What is the volume of 1 penny?**

Students have been ready to scrupulously measure and resolve that the volume of a penny was once 0.35 mL – maximum students had been very shut with a range of 0.33 – 0.37 mL.

### What’s the volume of a penny in cubic centimeters?

A copper penny has a mass of 3.1 g and a volume of . 35 cm^3.

**What is the area of a penny in inches?**

0.4420 square inches

The Lincoln penny, in its present design since 1909, has a diameter of 19.05 mm (0.75 in) and a space of 0.4420 sq. inches.

## How many thousandths of an inch is a penny?

THE MOST COMMON

Quarter | Penny | |

Diameter | 0.955 in. – 24.26 mm | 0.750 in. – 19.05 mm |

Thickness | 1.75 mm | 1.55 mm |

**How tall is a penny in cubic centimeters?**

The penny is a cylinder with an extremely low top. As with all cylinders, the formula is: VOLUME = Pi * (Radius)2* height VOLUME = 3.14159 * 9.5 * 9.5 * 1.27 VOLUME = 360 cubic millimeters = .360 cubic centimeters.

### How do you calculate the volume of a penny?

Now we will be able to get a rough thought of its volume. The penny is a cylinder with an extremely low top. As with all cylinders, the method is: VOLUME = Pi * (Radius)2* peak VOLUME = 3.14159 * 9.5 * 9.5 * 1.27 VOLUME = 360 cubic millimeters = .360 cubic centimeters.

**How are you able to inform the diameter of a penny?**

The diameterof the penny may also be simply bought through using a ruler. We measured it as .75 inches or 19 Millimeters. (Don’t take our phrase for it although – try those measurements your self.) Now determining the thicknessis quite tougher isn’t it?

## What is the thickness of a 30 Penny?

(We measured 30 pennies as Forty three millimeters, making each penny 1.Forty three mm thick). A more actual approach could be to use something no longer as not unusual as a ruler – a micrometer. We used one and got a value of 1.27 mm (or .05 inches) for the thickness.