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## What is the thickness of a five rupee coin?

Weight, 6 g. Diameter, 23 mm. Thickness, **1.9 mm**.

## How will you find the thickness of a rupee coin?

Answer : We can find the thickness of a one rupee coin by **using a screw gauge**.

## How will you measure the thickness of a coin explain with example?

**To find the thickness using different instruments.**

- Take 10 coins and measure their consolidated thickness. Then, at that point partition the complete thickness by the quantity of coins.
- Measure the thickness utilizing a vernier caliper.
- A screw check can be utilized to gauge the thickness also.

## What is thickness of coin?

The unit used for measuring the thickness of coin is **mm(milimetre)**.

## How do you measure thickness?

**Thickness measuring tools can be either mechanical or digital.**

- Vernier Caliper. A vernier caliper is a high-precision measurement tool that can be used in multiple types of measurements. …
- Micrometer. The micrometer is the most precise mechanical measurement tool. …
- Film Thickness Measurement Systems.

## What is the thickness of 2 rupee coin?

Features

Issuer | India |
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Composition | Stainless steel |

Weight | 4.9 g |

Diameter | 25 mm |

Thickness | 1.54 mm |

## What is 10 rupee coin made up of?

The ₹10 coin is the second highest-denomination coin minted in India since its introduction in 2005. The present ₹10 coin in circulation is from the 2019 design.

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Indian 10-rupee coin.

Diameter | 27 mm |

Edge | 100 reeds |

Composition | Outer ring – Nickel-brass Center – Nickel silver |

Years of minting |
2005 – present |

Obverse |
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## How do you measure the thickness of a hollow tea cup?

The thickness of a hollow tea cup can be calculated **by subtracting its outer and inner radius**. Explanation: The outer radius can be measured by calculating the distance from the center of the cup and the inner radius can be measured from the center of the cup to the inner circle.

## How is book thickness measured?

**Calculate the Thickness**

- Divide the total measurement of the stack/ream of paper by the number of sheets. For example: 2 inches/100 pages = 0.01-inches sheets.
- In case you measured the stack, and it gave you less than an inch, then you need to do the same. For example: 0.5-inches/100 sheets = 0.005-inches per sheet.