To find the volume of a stack of centimeter cubes you only need to have the dimension of one side. Once you get the dimension of one side you can find its cube to get the volume of the stack.
an ant is one centimeter tall.
Assuming you are referring to the height of a stack of fifty English one-pence coins, a single steel penny coin has a height of 0.165 centimetres. Therefore, a stack of 50 penny coins is 0.165 x 50 = 8.25 centimetres tall.
One meter and one centimeter
A million times the height of a single penny. In other words, measure the height of a single penny, and multiply that by a million. You might also measure a stack of 10 pennies, to get a more accurate measurement.
A stack of 1,000,000,000 one-dollar bills would be about 358,333.33 feet tall or 67.87 miles high.
a stack of one million $1 bills.
To Pluto & back
one penny is 1.55mm so one billion pennies would stack up to be 1550km or 963.1253 miles, 1550000 meters, 5085301 feet. In comparison the radius of the moon is 1,737.10 km Of course this would not be completely accurate because some pennies are slightly thinner or thicker, inaccurately pressed. Also how clean the pennies are could effect the height after a billion pennies (billion is really big) thank you for interesting question. I learned from it.
A mole of something contains 6.02214179×10^23 of them, so a stack of one mole of pennies would be: 6.02214179×10^23 x 1 mm = 6.02214179×10^23 mm high.
17 million one-dollar bills would stack to about 6,091.67 feet high.
I have heard that there are $232 per inch.
Approximately 358.33 feet tall.
A US penny is 1.55mm thick. Thus a stack of 1,000,000 pennies would be 1,550,000mm, or 1.55 kilometers (0.963 miles) high. A Canadian penny is 1.45mm thick. Thus a stack of 1,000,000 pennies would be 1,450,000mm, or 1.55 kilometers (0.901 miles) high. A post-1992 British penny is 1.65mm thick. Thus a stack of 1,000,000 pennies would be 1,650,000mm, or 1.65 kilometers (1.025 miles) high.
About 67,866.16 miles tall.
61,023.622 inches = 5,085.302 feet = 0.96 miles
A penny is .0625 inches thick, so if you had a stack of 534,000,000,000 (five hundred thirty-four billon) pennies, it would be 33,375,000,000 (thirty-three billion three hundred seventy-five million) inches high, which is 2,781,250,000 (two billion, seven hundred eighty-one million, two hundred fifty thousand) feet high. This would be 526,751.894 miles. In metric units, a penny is 1.55mm thick, so a stack of 534,000,000,000 pennies would be 827,700,000,000 (eight hundred twenty-seven billion seven hundred million) millimeters high. This would be 82,770,000,000 (eighty-two billion seven hundred seventy million) centimeters. That would be 827,700 km. A stack of pennies this size would go around the earth at the equator 21.1533778 times! Going by the average distance to the moon (384,400 km or 238,855 miles), a stack of pennies this high would go reach the moon and back with some pennies left over (the exact value is 2.205320776 times). 534,000,000,000 pennies=5,340,000,000 U.S. dollars (thats five billion, three hundred forty million). That would mean you are tied with or barely richer than Giorgio Armani at #144 on Forbes list of the world's billionaires. If you have 534,000,000,000 pennies don't stack them, turn them into dollars!
Approximately 4.3 inches tall.
A Lincoln cent is 1.55mm thick, so a stack of one million would be 1,550,000mm tall, or about 5,085 feet. A Lincoln cent is 19.05mm in diameter, so one million laid side to side would be 19,050,000mm long, or about 62,500 feet, or 11.83712 miles.
1.55mm per penny X 100,000,000 cents = 155,000,000mm tall or 155 kilometers.
One cubic centimeter is one centimeter by one centimeter by one centimeter. It just so happens to be equal to the volume of one milliliter.
Approximately eleven nickels.
Two half dollars.One half dollar and two quarters.One half dollar, one quarter, two dimes and one nickel.One half dollar, one quarter, two dimes and five pennies.One half dollar, one quarter, one dime and three nickels.One half dollar, one quarter, one dime, two nickels and five pennies.One half dollar, one quarter, one dime, one nickel and ten pennies.One half dollar, one quarter. one dime and and fifteen pennies.One half dollar, one quarter, one nickel and twenty pennies.One half dollar, one quarter and twenty-five pennies.One half dollar, two dimes and thirty pennies.One half dollar, one dime, one nickel and thirty-five pennies.One half dollar, one dime and forty pennies.One half dollar, one nickel and forty-five pennies.One half dollar, and fifty pennies.One quarter, two dimes and fifty-five pennies.One quarter, one dime, two nickels and fifty-five pennies.One quarter, one dime, one nickel and sixty pennies.One quarter, one dime and sixty-five pennies.One quarter, two nickels and sixty-five pennies.One quarter, one nickel and seventy pennies.One quarter and seventy five pennies.Two dimes and eighty pennies.One dime, two nickels and eighty pennies.Four nickels and eighty pennies.One dime, one nickel and eighty five pennies.Three nickels and eighty five pennies.One dime and ninety pennies.Two nickels and ninety pennies.One nickel and ninety-five pennies.One one dollar coin.Four quarters.Ten dimes.Twenty nickels.Nineteen nickels and five pennies.Eighteen nickels and ten pennies.Seventeen nickels and fifteen pennies.Sixteen nickels and twenty pennies.Fifteen nickels and twenty-five pennies.Fourteen nickels and thirty pennies.Thirteen nickels and thirty-five pennies.Twelve nickels and forty pennies.Eleven nickels and forty-five pennies.Ten nickels and fifty pennies.Nine nickels and fifty -five pennies.Eight nickels and sixty pennies.Seven nickels and sixty-five penniesSix nickels and seventy pennies.Five nickels and seventy-five pennies.Four nickels and eighty pennies.Three nickels and eighty-five pennies.One hundred pennies.
One fourth of 12 pennies is 3 pennies.
According to the U.S. Treasury a dollar bill is .0043 inches thick. Therefore, a stack of 1,000 one dollar bills would be: 4.3 inches thick.