A US dollar bill is reportedly .0043 inches thick. Assuming the same for a 100 dollar bill, a stack of 100 dollar bills totalling one million dollars would be 43 inches tall. It takes 10,000 such bills to equal a million dollars. 10,000 X .0043 = 43 inches. Interestingly, using these measurements, a billion dollars would be just over 3583 feet tall, and a trillion dollars would be just over 678.66 miles tall!
One million 1-dollar bills would be about 358.33 feet tall.
Approximately 4.3 inches tall.
1 million one dollar bills would be about 3,000 feet.
17.92' high, stacked in one pile.
The height of a stack of 1,000,000 one dollar bills measures 4,300 inches or 358 feet - about the height of a 30 to 35 story building.
17 million one-dollar bills would stack to about 6,091.67 feet high.
387X43"= 1 stack 16641" tall or---1386.75 feet tall
About 67,866.16 miles tall.
In one dollar bills. One million dollars is approximatley 4,300 inches and it weighs 2,200 pounds. The height and weight may vary as much as 10 percent if you have an older bill than a newer bill.
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/
A dollar bill is .0043 inches thick. It would take 10 million $100 bills to equal $1billion so the answer is 43,000 inches which is equal to 3,583.333 feet. More than half a mile.
Approximately 358.33 feet tall.
A stack of 1,000,000,000 one-dollar bills would be about 358,333.33 feet tall or 67.87 miles high.
Assuming there was no air between the bills, the total height would be 167,292,274 centimeters tall or 1,039.51 miles high!
One trillion dollars is represented as $1,000,000,000,000. Divide that by the hundred dollar bill ($100). For those quick minded math people, you drop 2 zeros.1,000,000,000,000 / 100 = 10,000,000,000 This means there are TEN BILLION hundred dollar bills in a trillion dollars.To put that in perspective, the US bill note is about .0043 inches thick. This stack of ten billion hundred dollar bills would be 43,000,000 inches tall. That's three million five hundred eighty-three thousand three hundred thirty-three feet tall. Hard to grasp...scale it up to miles and you get a stack more than 678 miles tall. On it's side, that would be a continuous line of bills stretching from Los Angeles, Ca nearly to Salt Lake City, UT!
You'd better find a tall ladder: the stack would be 3,583.33 feet tall.
195 100-dollar bills would be 0.84 inches tall.
Theoretically, 67.866 miles. If any bill is not compressed any further than its "normal" thickness of 0.0043 inches (0.11 mm), then one billion bills would make a stack of 4.3 million inches (67.8 miles).
Approximately 17.92 feet tall.
well, since the average $20 bill is 0.3mm thick, 1,000,000 of them would be 30m tall :D