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Need the answer to the question ‘How many quarters are in a million dollars?’ We have the answer! There are 4 million quarters in a million dollars.

What if you don’t have exactly 1 million dollars? How do you calculate how much your dollars are worth in quarters? That’s simple! Use our million dollars to quarters converter to turn your dollars into quarters, 25 cents at a time.

**1 Million Dollars to Quarters Converter**

Use our free 1 Million Dollars to Quarters Converter to quickly calculate how much your dollars are worth in quarters. Just type in how many dollars you have, and our converter does the rest for you!

If you look at the converter, you will see that we already typed in $1,000,000, which gives us an answer of 4,000,000 quarters. That answers our question about ‘how many quarters are in a million dollars?’. 1 million dollars equals 4,000,000 quarters!

Now it’s your turn! Just type in how many dollars you have and our dollars to quarters converter will tell you how much it is in quarters. Dollars to quarters made easy, no matter how many dollars you have. Whether you have 10 dollars or 1 million dollars, we help you solve it all.

**Fun Facts About Quarters**

People often have specific questions about quarters. Here are some of the most common questions people ask about quarters.

**How Much Does a Quarter Weigh?**

All quarters made since 1965 weigh precisely 5.670 grams, which is equal to 0.2 ounces.

**How Thick Is A Quarter?**

Modern-day quarters are 1.75 mm thick, which is equal to 0.0689 inches.

**What Are Quarters Made From?**

Quarters are mostly made of copper but also contain nickel. To be precise, modern-day American quarters are 91.67% copper and 8.33% nickel. It wasn’t always this way, though! Before 1965, quarters were 90% silver and 10% copper. What hasn’t changed is that every quarter is still worth precisely 25cents.

**Are Quarters Magnetic?**

No, quarters are not magnetic despite being made from a nickel-copper metal alloy. This is because nickel-copper alloys only become magnetic when the nickel-metal content is greater than 56%. Since nickels only contain 8.33% nickel, they are not magnetic.