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1000 billion dollars!!!!\\ woah dog! ======== Here are some other perspectives on 1 trillion dollars: Consider that light travels at about 186,000 miles per… second. This time is called a light-second and is often used in astrophysical discussions. A light-second is also about 983,571,056 feet (that's how many feet are in 186,000 miles). This is almost 1 billion. Now, since a dollar bill is 6 inches long, there are almost 2 billion 1 dollar bills in a stretch that covers 186,000 miles - and it would take light 1 second to travel the length of 2 billion dollar bills. Now consider the distance from the earth to the sun - average is about 93,000,000 miles. Converting this to feet, and accounting that it takes 2 dollar bills to make a foot, we find that it takes 982,080,000,000 dollar bills to go from here to the sun - end-to-end. This is almost (within 1.8%) 1 trillion dollars. If we actually stretched the 1 trillion dollars from here to the sun, it would take light 8 minutes and 20 seconds to go from one end to the other. That's what a trillion dollars is.
In one dollar bills it is 1 tonne (2000 lbs - 900kg). According to US treasury. Video on youtube...minute physics It would depend on the type of currency. For example a millio…n dollars in paper money, and are they one dollar bills, fives, tens, 100s etc., is it in gold, silver, is it in coins and what kind etc., or maybe it's just a cashiers check. Thus, all I can say is, it depends.
1 000 000 000 000 U.S. dollars48.6807516 trillion Indian rupees as of 2/10/09 according to Google. == 48000000000000 inr
It really depends on if you are weighing in notes or coins, but it would probably weigh over 2 tonnes.
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2.04 X 10^13 LBS or 204,000,000,000,000 LBS
According to the Federal Reserve, a single US banknote has a mass of about a gram, so 12 trillion of them would be about 12 billion kilograms. If they were in $100 bills, it w…ould be about 120 million kilograms, or 120,000 tonnes.
US bills weigh 1 gram each so the answer simply involves dividing some powers of 10 (remember exponents from high-school math?): 1 trillion is 10^12 and 100 is 10^…2. Dividing those numbers means a trillion dollars would require 10^10 $100 bills; i.e. 10^10 gm. There are 10^3 grams in a kilogram, so 10^10 / 10^3 = 10^7 kg - in words, 10 million kilos. There are 10^3 kilos in a tonne, so one more division gives 10^7 / 10^3 = 10^4 = 10,000 tonnes.
Very many countries use pennies as their minor currency units and these coins are all different. Without information as to the country the question is about, it is not possibl…e to give a more useful answer. However, it would be reasonably safe to say that if they could be taken there, they would weigh absolutely nothing in deep space.