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Q: How many dollar bills stacked end to end to reach the moon?

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The Average distance to the sun from the earth is 92,900,000 miles. The length of a dollar bill is 6.14 inches. The number of inches in 92,900,000 miles is 5,886,144,000,000. 5,886,144,000,000 divided by 6.14 is 9,586,553,745.928338762214983713355. Therefore it would take approximately 9,586,553,746 dollar bills to reach the sun from the earth stacked end to end depending on the current actual distance from the earth to the sun.

About 12 quadrillion I believe, at minimun orbit.

alot

3,844,030,000,000

A lot.

It took $170,000,000,000 (2005) to reach the moon through the Apollo Program. But it would take 38902 dollar bills lined up end to end to reach the moon

it would take about $170,243,286,935 to reach the moon proven by M.I.T

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there is 10,560 dollar bills in a mile

Kate has 28 five-dollar-bills and 32 twenty-dollar-bills.

If you have ten, ten dollar bills you will have one hundred dollars. If you have 100 ten dollar bills, you will have 100 ten dollar bills...

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