Q: How many 1000 bills stack up to one million dollars?

Write your answer...

Submit

Still have questions?

Continue Learning about Math & Arithmetic

hmmmm...1000

The dimensions of all us bills are Width: 155.956 mm, Height: 66.294 mm, Weight: Approx. 1 g One million dollars in $1000 banknotes would require 1000 bills, so they'd weigh 1000 gm, or one kilo. However, the 1000-dollar bill is no longer printed.

1000 of them.

233

4.3 inches

Related questions

how many times does 1000 dollars are in a million

1000000/1000=1000

hmmmm...1000

Really though, some people don't realize how much a million or billion is. If you had a million dollars you would have 1000, $1,000.00 dollar bills. If you had a billion dollars you would have 1000, $1,000,000.00 dollar bills.

The dimensions of all us bills are Width: 155.956 mm, Height: 66.294 mm, Weight: Approx. 1 g One million dollars in $1000 banknotes would require 1000 bills, so they'd weigh 1000 gm, or one kilo. However, the 1000-dollar bill is no longer printed.

The dimensions of all us bills are Width: 155.956 mm, Height: 66.294 mm, Weight: Approx. 1 g One million dollars in $1000 banknotes would require 1000 bills, so they'd weigh 1000 gm, or one kilo. However, the 1000-dollar bill is no longer printed.

1000 of them.

233

1000 and thats stupidest question i have ever heard of

1000 / 50 = 20

4.3 inches

1000000 / 1000 = 1000 A thousand thousands is called a million dollars.