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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!

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Q: How tall is 1 million dollars in 100 dollar bills?

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13 inches

About 67,866.16 miles tall.

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.

You'd better find a tall ladder: the stack would be 3,583.33 feet tall.

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

About 67,866.16 miles tall.

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.