Most U.S. currency weighs exactly one gram per note (bill). There are four hundred fifty-four grams (rounded to the nearest whole number) in one pound. Therefore, one pound of U.S. $100 bills would be worth about: $45,400!
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US bills weigh 1 gram. There are approximately 453.59 g in a US pound. So either the answer is $453.
US bills weigh 1 gm each but a US pound is 453.6 gm. Rounding up to the next whole number of bills gives 454 bills, each worth $100 for a total of 454 x $100 = $45,400
1 Ton of dollar bills is $907,184
A dollar a pound.
uhh.. lol. your question is asking how much is a pound of 100 dollar bills. the answer would be a pound. duh.. but you want a conversion. lol i know.1 dollar= 0.61001647 poundsso, 0.61001647 x 100 equals61.001647 pounds
Zero. There are no red dollar bills.
$4,540,000- more or less. US currency weighs ABOUT 1 gram per bill. 454 grams to one pound.
Uncirculated bills retail for about $3. Circulated bills are only worth face value.
According to one site, a US bill weighs 1 gram. There are 454 grams in a pound, so a pound would haven 454 notes. 454*200 would give you 90,800 $20 bills which would be worth $1,816,000.
They're still worth one dollar each.
usually a dollar per lbs.
One US dollar is worth .66 of a pound. So, 2 pounds = 3 dollars.
The US never made black 2 dollar bills.
What's a 1 pound dollar? We only use pounds and pence. A banknote's worth depends on condition, but the answer is probably £1.
There are no US $2 bills with that date.
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