Q: How many nickels in a mile high stack?

Write your answer...

Submit

Related questions

a million nickels

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

633,600 pennies

US coins are measured using metric units so you have to convert.Nickels are 1.95 mm thick and a mile is equivalent to 1.60934 km. There are 1000 meters in a kilometer and 1000 millimeters in a meter, so> First multiply 1.60934 km by a million (1000 x 1000) to express a mile in mm.> Then divide by the thickness of a nickel:1.60934 * 1000000 / 1.95 = 825302.564Rounding to the closest number of nickels, you need 825303 to make a stack at least 1 mile high.

Assuming half-inch thick pancakes, about 253,440

10,000 i guess

A can of your standard pop or beer is 4.8125 inches tall. A mile is 5,280 feet high and multiply that by 12 and you find that a mile is 63,360 inches high. 63,360 (inches in a mile) divided by 4.8125 (one can height) equals 13,166 cans needed to make a stack of cans a little over one mile high.

Nickles don't apply to distance; Nickles are a part of currency.

Less then half a mile no building is any where near a mile high but the mile high tower which may be built in dubia will be a mile high

It depends on how big or small the pancakes are.

According to the U.S. Treasury, 0043 inches. A stack a mile high will give you over 14 million bills.

"Stack those boxes over here", said the receiving clerk. I could eat a mile high stack of flapjacks! When an airport has a traffic jam in the sky, the controllers stack the incoming arrivals according to how much fuel each airplane has left.

Denver is a mile high from sea level, hence its moniker as the Mile High City.

Because it is over one mile above sea level, and thus is 'a mile high.'

4 laps make 1 mile

Lemmings can never fill the Mile High Stadium, because they keep jumping out.

I have heard that there are $232 per inch.

$1,389,473,684.20 Assuming that a single bill is 0.0043 inches thick. You would have to have a stack of 100's 10,795.45 miles high to equal the United States national debt of 15 trillion dollars.

$3,432.00 Formula: 5280 feet in 1 mile 13 nickels = 1ft 13x5280= 68,640 nickels 68,640 / 20 = $3,432.00

1 dollar bill is .00011m thick or .011cm 1 mile = 5280ft (x12 in/ft) = 63360in (x2.54cm/in) = 160934.4cm 160943.4cm / .011cm = 14630400 $14,630,400

The duration of Mile High is 2940.0 seconds.

The inagural year of Invesco Field at Mile High was 2001

Ghhh

If the track is 1/4 mile, four times = 1 mile

it is called mile high stadium because Denver is a mile high above sea level

Study guides