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# How much money is in a five-gallon jug filled with coins?

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A five-gallon jug filled with $1 coins can theoretically hold $33,333. That value is based upon the measurements of 26.49 millimeters in diameter and 2 millimeters in thickness for a $1 coin.

Know MorePerform the appropriate calculations using the formula pi x (13.245^2) x 2 = 0.0832 milliliters, which is the formula for determining the volume of a cylinder. The milliliters can be converted into gallons for a total of 0.00015 gallons per coin. Using the formula and details provided, a 5-gallon jug can hold 33,333 coins with a volume of 0.00015 gallons, which, at $1 per coin, equals $33,333. The actual amount of money may vary based on the denomination of the coins involved and their values, as well as the precise shape of the jug.

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## How much money can fit into a 5-gallon jug?

A:In theory, a 5-gallon jug filled completely with $100 bills can contain a total of $980,000. If the jug is filled with $1 coins, it could hold a total of $33,333. The amount varies widely depending on the combination of coins and bills used to fill the jug.

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## How do you collect coins and paper money?

A:Some currency collectors begin by purchasing a complete collection of coins or notes, and others start by joining a club or hobbyist's group. Beginner coin and paper money collectors needs to know what type of currency they want to collect, and they need to determine how much they need to spend to get started.

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## Can you make money out of buying and selling silver coins?

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Full Answer >**It is possible to make money by investing in silver coins, but it involves buying the coins when the price of silver is low and selling them when the price is high.**Most experts recommend investing in silver bullion coins, which can be purchased from coin dealers or government mints.Filed Under: -
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## Are $20 gold coins with "copy" on them worth any money?

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