Unit one Dollar Coin

Unit one Dollar Coin

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  • Did You know the one dollar coin was designed by Frank Gasparro. 
  • No way! I heard it was designed with the presidents and the Apollo 11 moon landing. 
  • All these elements are on the periodic table at 23, 30, 12, and 28
  • The coins are composed of Copper, Zinc, Magnesium, and Nickel. 
  • Copper is found in mines a lot in America and it is extracted by traditional mining 
  • The U.S. Mint still creates dollar coins every year. 
  • Copper is mined out of the ground and then put through refining processes. 
  • It only costs about ten cents to make a dollar coin. 
  •  The life expectancy on a dollar bill is about 22 months and costs 5.7 cents 
  • The dollar coin only costs 10 cents to make but has a life expectancy of 30 years. 
  • A dollar coin is 100% recyclable. 
  • A dollar coin is worth about $15 because of how high the price of the elements are. 
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