They would be 1000*300 millimetres = 1000*300/1000 metres ie 300 metres.
you would need 1000 hundred dollar bills
1 liter of water weighs exactly 1000 grams. Half of a 2 liter bottle of soda. A stack of 1000 dollar bills will weight exactly 1000 grams.
In a straight stack, one trillion US $1 bills would be a stack 67,866 miles high (109220 km).The minimum thickness of a bundle of 50 new US $1 bills is 0.215 inches (0.5 cm), not counting the band. Using the figure of 0.43 inch for 100 bills, or 4.3 inches for a stack of 1000, you reach the following dimensions:1 million one-dollar bills create a stack 4300 inches tall (358.33 feet, 109.22 meters).1 billion one-dollar bills create a stack 4,300,000 inches tall.This is 358,333 feet, or 67.866 miles, or 109.22 kilometers.1 trillion one-dollar bills create a stack 4,300,000,000 inches tall.This is 358,333,333 feet, or 67866 miles, or 109220 kilometers, more than 1/4 of the average distance to the Moon.
Divide 1000 by 50; the answer is 20.
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.
There are 0 United States 1,000 dollar bills unless it is fake
No, you can do it all in 100 dollar bills or 5 dollar bills.
it would take 50 20 dollar bills to make a thousand dollars.
A billion is 1,000,000,000 and so (if there is a thousand dollar bill in circulation, I am not sure it is), then divide 1,000,000,000 by 1000 to get the number of bills which would be 1,000,000 which is a million
1000 of them.
how many times does 1000 dollars are in a million
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.
About 3.4 trillion dollar bills (3,400 billion dollars). Taking the average distance from the center of the Earth to the center of the Moon (about 384,400 km), and subtracting the two radii (6378 km, 1737 km), you get an average lunar surface to Earth surface distance (equator, MSL) of about 376,385 km. The thickness of a US dollar bill when printed is 0.010922 cm (about 0.11 mm). One thousand (1000) of these would be a stack 11 cm or 4.33 inches high. There are about 232 to 233 bills per inch. Neglecting the compression that would occur at the bottom (ends) of the stack, and keeping them pressed tightly together when at zero gravity, the stack would be 376,385,000 m / 0.00010922 m or 3,446,117,927,000 bills ($3.4 trillion). We can check this using the English measurements: 233,875 miles and 233 bills per inch. 3,446,117,927,000 bills = 14,790,206,000 inches = 1,232,517,000 feet = 233,430 miles which is only off by 2/10 of a percent (still, that's $6.2 billion we can pocket from the stack).