Q: How much does 1000000 in 1000 dollar bills weigh?

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All US paper currency is the same dimensions and weighs the same. A US bill weighs one gram. Thus one million, one dollar bills will weigh 1000000 grams or 1000 Kilograms.

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.

No, you can do it all in 100 dollar bills or 5 dollar bills.

There are 0 United States 1,000 dollar bills unless it is fake

you would need 1000 hundred dollar bills

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All US paper currency is the same dimensions and weighs the same. A US bill weighs one gram. Thus one million, one dollar bills will weigh 1000000 grams or 1000 Kilograms.

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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.

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There are 0 United States 1,000 dollar bills unless it is fake

you would need 1000 hundred dollar bills

No, you can do it all in 100 dollar bills or 5 dollar bills.

They would be 1000*300 millimetres = 1000*300/1000 metres ie 300 metres.