Q: How tall is a stack of 13000 sheets paper?

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6 cm tall

It depends on the number of nickels.

387X43"= 1 stack 16641" tall or---1386.75 feet tall

7.5 cm

A dime is 1.35 mm so 55 dimes stack to 74.25 mm.

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That would depend on how thick the polythene sheets were.

roll up the newspaper sheets into cones then stack them on top of each other.

Ten reams of paper, at 8.5 centimetres tall each, would measure 8.5 x 10 = 85 centimetres.Each sheet of paper within a ream would measure 8.5 / 500 = 0.017 centimetres, or 1.7 millimetres.

Depends on the paper. 24-pound printer paper is 0.004" thick, which means there are 250 sheets per inch.

2"

The first cut will produce 2 sheets (21 or 2 to the first power), the next cut will produce 4 sheets (22 or 2 to the second power or 2 times 2), the next cut will produce 8 sheets (23 or 2 to the third power or 2 times 2 times 2), the next cut will produce 16 sheets (24 or 2 to the fourth power or 2 times 2 times 2 times 2) and so on. The 50th cut will produce (250) sheets and that will be 1,125,899,906,842,624 sheets. If paper avgerages 0.081 mm thickness per sheet (per WikiAnswers.com), that would make the sheet stack 91,197,892,454,252.544 mm thick. Conversion to other units is left as an Excercise for the Student.

13000 feet tall

A tall enough stack of it can. Paper isn't a great conductor, but almost anything is a better conductor than air is.

the Andes mountains are about 13000 feet tall

8000

Erin Stack is 5' 6".

Rosemarie Stack is 5' 5".