A roll of nickels weighs a little over seven ounces, which is about 200 grams. The United States Mint lists the weight of one nickel as five grams. This number is multiplied by 40 nickels in a roll to get the total weigh... More »

According to About.com, a standard roll of nickels contains 40 coins and is valued at $2. A standard roll of U.S. coins, also known as a shotgun roll, refers to one that has been wrapped with tamper-proof ends by a bank ... More »

A 1964 Jefferson U.S. nickel has 0 percent silver content. The only widely circulated U.S. coins of the time with significant silver content were quarters and dimes. More »

A roll of new U.S. nickels weighs 200 grams. The roll contains 40 coins, each weighing 5.00 grams each. This measurement requires new coins because some of a coin's metal wears away with handling over time, decreasing th... More »

A roll of quarters weighs 8 ounces. A quarter weighs 0.2 ounces, and a standard roll of quarters contains 40 coins. Multiplying the weight of one quarter by the number of quarters yields the total weight. More »

A United States quarter-dollar coin, minted in 1964 or later, weighs 5.670 grams, or 0.200 ounces. The weight of the quarter has varied somewhat since the date of its first issuing, in 1796. More »

One cup of water weighs approximately 8 ounces, which is equal to 225 grams. One cup holds 225 milliliters of water. The volume and weight of 1 cup of water are the same number under the metric system because the density... More »