How Many Pennies Fit in a Gallon Jar?


At 3/4 of an inch in diameter, and 1.55 millimeters thick, a penny is about 0.03 cubic inches. A 1-gallon jug holds 231 cubic inches. Calculating this--231 divided by .03--gives a result of 7,700 pennies to the gallon. Of course, the actual answer will be a bit less than this, because of wasted space between pennies, and between the coins and the edges of the jar.
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You could fit approx. 30,200 Pennies in a 5 gallon jug. That's $302, but it would depend on how you packed them! report this answer. Updated on Thursday, February 02 2012 at 06:23AM
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