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## What is the radius of 10 rupees coin?

According to the notification the new Rs 10 coin will have a **outside diameter of 27 mm** and weigh 7.74 gm, while the Rs 5 coin will have a diameter of 25 mm and weight of 6.74 gms. The new series one rupee and two rupees coin will weigh 3.09 gm and 4.07 gm, while the diameter would be 20 mm and 23 mm respectively.

## What is the radius of one rupee coin?

Round in shape, the one rupee coins weighs 3.76 grams (58.0 grains), has a **diameter of 21.93-millimetre (0.863 in)** and thickness of 1.45-millimetre (0.057 in).

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Indian 1-rupee coin.

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Value | ₹1 |

Mass | 3.09 g |

Diameter |
20 mm (0.79 in) |

Obverse |
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## What is the formula for volume of 5 rupee coin?

Answer: A coin (assuming it is round and of fairly regular thickness) is basically a cylinder. The volume of a cylinder is given by the formula **V=πr^2h** where r is the radius and h is the thickness or height.

## 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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## When did 5s coin launch in India?

The ₹5 coin was the highest denominated coin until the minting of the ₹10 in 2005.

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Indian 5-rupee coin.

Years of minting | 1949 – present |

Circulation | Wide |

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Design | Lettering of “भारत” on left, “india” on right, the year of mint and mint mark below, Lion capital with the lettering “सत्यमेव जयते” below it. |

Design date | 2019 |

## How do you calculate the area of a coin?

Well, you know the area of a circle is calculated as **A = π r ^{2}**, where r is the radius of the circle and π is about 3.1416. To get the radius, you just divide the diameter in two, because the diameter is all the way across the coin and the radius is the distance from the center of the coin to the outside.