The short answer is about 2200 pounds, or quite literally OVER ONE US TON! Actually to be precise here, they would weigh 2204.622621 pounds, or one standard metric ton ("tonne") - a heck of a lot of weight!
I guess that would make it impossible to carry around $1 million in singles...well I suppose if you used a pickup truck...but I digress, I guess it would be much better to use $100 bills, as that would cut it down to only 22.046226 pounds (given you've got a million in cash that is)!
OK, so how did I get to that figure, you ask? Take a look below (and consequently feel free to check my math as it's not always my strongest subject).
Given that a dollar bill (actually any denomination bill) weighs 1 gram, it stands that 1 million dollar bills would weigh 1 million grams.
There are 453.59237 grams in a pound - and therefore the same number of dollars per pound.
1,000,000 / 453.59237 = 2204.622621
Conclusion: 1 million dollar bills = 2204.622621 pounds!
Using the same math if we made it $1 million in $100 bills (which is 10,000 of them) it would weigh a little bit over 22 pounds (22.04622621 to be exact).
The math on that is either the original 2204.622421 pounds / 100 = 22.04622421
OR - the long way to check that is 10,000 $100 bills would weigh 10,000 grams. 10,000 / 453.59237 = 22.04622621 pounds.
NOTE: I found the weight of a bill by looking on the internet, and I think it may even have been here on wiki actually.
About 2,200 pounds!
2.2 pounds. One million weighs 22 lbs.
One million US dollars in one dollar bills weighs 2,204.62 pounds.
All US paper currency is the same dimensions and weighs the same. A US bill weighs one gram. Thus one million, one dollar bills will weigh 1000000 grams or 1000 Kilograms.
One U.S. $20 bill weighs one gram. That makes 50,000 $20 bills to make $1 million, which would weigh 110.23 pounds.
Standard U.S. bills weigh 1 gram each.
The weight would be 22.04 lbs. To explain, US bills weigh one gram. There are 10,000 $100 bills in a million dollars so the total weight would be 10 kg, and a kilo is 2.204 US pounds.
The dimensions of all us bills are Width: 155.956 mm, Height: 66.294 mm, Weight: Approx. 1 g One million dollars in $1000 banknotes would require 1000 bills, so they'd weigh 1000 gm, or one kilo. However, the 1000-dollar bill is no longer printed.
A trillion dollars in one dollar bills would way about 1.1 million tons, or 2.2 billion pounds. If you were using 100 dollar bills it would way about 11 thousands tons
How much would US$1000000 in $100 bills weigh
One million dollars in ten-dollar bills would weigh 220.5 pounds. It would make a continuous stack almost 36 feet tall, or it could be rearranged into a cube with 18-foot sides. You can get more cash dimensions and cash size and weight conversions at http://www.cashdimensions.com/
There are some problems here. You need to specify 8 million what. Another problem is that there really are no dollar bills at all in 8 million anything, even 8 million dollars, unless you have accumulated that much cash in one dollar bills. No one in his right mind would accumulate that much money in one dollar bills unless it is for some kind of publicity stunt or Guiness record.
2 million dollar coins (8.1g each) would weigh: 16,200kg or 35,714.50lbs
One dollar bill (or any American bill for that matter) = 1 gram. 1,000,000 bills = 1,000,000 grams. 453.6 grams = 1 pound, so (1,000,000 / 453.6) 1,000,000 bills = 2,204 pounds, or one metric ton ("tonne")
One million dollars
1 million dollars
One dollar bill (or any American bill for that matter) = 1 gram. 1,000,000 bills = 1,000,000 grams. 453.6 grams = 1 pound, so (1,000,000 / 453.6) 1,000,000 bills = 2,204pounds, or one metric ton ("tonne")
2200000 lbs, or 1100 US tons
If 1 one dollar bill weigh 1 gram, just do the math on 100 dollars..
Modern "golden" dollars and Anthony dollars weigh 8.1 gm All US paper bills weigh 1 gm