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01/04/2002 09:37 AM ID: 15273 Permalink   

Belgian's King's image on Euro makes coin heavier on one side

 

Two Polish mathematicians spun Belgian one-euro coins 250 times, and 140 times it landed showing the King.

Tomasz Gliszczynski and Waclaw Zawadowski think that the symbol of the head of King Albert II makes the coin heavier on one side.

Each country is allowed to put its own symbol on one side of the coin.

 
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