Reverse engineer it from known metal densities (and marvel at how tiny and dense the currency is).

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For people accustomed to metric, here are the numbers from this answer recalculated: Copper - 8.96 g/cm3 - ~0.988 cm3/coin - 1010 coins per liter....

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The volume of 1000 coins and their container. Volume of coins. Let's start with the basics of naming things: Coins are cylinders of diameter \$D\...

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