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Regardless of denomination, all current US paper bills are the same size (155.96 mm x 66.29 mm) and weight (1 gram).

Q: What is the size and weight of a 100 dollar bill?

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Yes there are 100 dollar bill with repeated serial number it has a little star in the end of the number

A $100 bill weighs 1 gram, so $1 million in $100 bills weighs 1,000,000/100, or 10,000 grams, or 10 kilograms (kg).

Yes it does. 100 one dollar bills is the same as one hundred dollar bill.

In the US there are no gold dollar bills.

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American $100 bill :)

It depends on the weight of bill.

Penny: Centidollar Dime: Decidollar Ten dollar bill: Decadollar 100 dollar bill: Hectodollar 1,000 dollar bill: Kilodollar

A 100 dollar bill is worth 100 one dollar bills.

I suspect a $100 dollar bill was worth exactly $100 in 1935!

times it by 100.

Where did the term mallard come from when referring to a 100 dollar bill

he lose 200 dollars in all cause he had to pay it back

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Benjamin Franklin appears on the front of the current US $100 Dollar bill.

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