It would take half a million (500,000 or 5 hundred thousand) 2 dollar bills to be worth 1 million dollars. Of course it would take a full 1 million 2 dollar bills to make a million BILLS.
1 million dollars
Not much! Too easy to fake. I have a stack of 100 originals
Dollar bills are not always worth one dollar, however one dollar bills are worth one dollar for the sake that 1=1, it is a one dollar bill, and can be exchanged for goods and services.
two dollars. A couple of hundred million were printed, so they're not rare.
If you have 1999 bills you have one more bill than if you have only 1998 bills.
The US never printed a one million dollar bill. Any you find are novelties, and aren't worth anything.
Based on the research done here (http://www.cockeyed.com/inside/million/million.html) A million dollars worth of $100 bills makes a stack about 40 inches high! If you do the math, that means a Billion is 3,333 feet high and a trillion dollars would make a stack over 3 million feet tall or roughly 630 miles high!!!
It is worth two dollars.
1 Ton of dollar bills is $907,184
a million nickels
No. All so-called "million dollar" or "billion dollar" bills are novelty items that sell for a few bucks in gift shops. The highest-denomination bills printed for circulation were worth $10,000. The highest-value bills ever printed were special $100,000 gold certificates used only within the Federal Reserve System.
no about 5c
Because 1976 bills are worth $1,976 and 1975 bills are worth $1,975 (If you were trying to make this look like a numismatic question by leaving out the commas, there AREN'T any U.S. $1 bills dated either 1975 or 1976!)
A 100 dollar bill is worth 100 one dollar bills.
Uncirculated bills retail for about $3. Circulated bills are only worth face value.
10,000 i guess
Because $2,007 is greater than $2,006.
No. US one dollar bills were not made in 1950.
Zero. There are no red dollar bills.
Not in the US. There are novelty items that look like $1,000,000 bills but they're intended as jokes. Zimbabwe recently issued a million-dollar note but it was in Zimbabwe dollars, not US dollars, and was only worth a couple of cents.