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One mile is 1609344 mm. A US nickel is 1.95 mm thick, so a mile-high stack would contain 1609344 / 1.95 = 825,305 coins, rounded to the next-highest whole number.

Each nickel is worth 5 cents so the stack's value would be 825305 * 5 = 4126525 cents, or $41,265.25

Q: How much is a mile-high stack of nickels?

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It depends on the number of nickels.

Nickels, dimes are only slightly smaller in height than nickels.

5.1 nickels.

if the nickels are stacked on top of each other, the stack will become 10mm higher with every nickel so 50 nickels could be 500mm high

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It depends on the number of nickels.

Nickels, dimes are only slightly smaller in height than nickels.

5.1 nickels.

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825,305 of them.

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