Q: How high would a stack of 100 dollar bills be for a billion dollars?

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mad high son

One million 1-dollar bills would be about 358.33 feet tall.

387X43"= 1 stack 16641" tall or---1386.75 feet tall

17 million one-dollar bills would stack to about 6,091.67 feet high.

A one-inch stack would contain about 233 bills.

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Approximately 67.87 miles high.

You'd better find a tall ladder: the stack would be 3,583.33 feet tall.

mad high son

A billion dollars in one dollar bills will make a stak that is roughly 68 miles high 1,000,000,000X.0043 = 4,300,000 inches. 4,300,000 inches/12=358,333.33 feet 358,333.33 feet/5280 (mile)= 67.86 miles So the answer is about 68 miles.

Theoretically, 67.866 miles. If any bill is not compressed any further than its "normal" thickness of 0.0043 inches (0.11 mm), then one billion bills would make a stack of 4.3 million inches (67.8 miles).

Very high: about 67.87 miles.

If they are one-dollar notes, the stack would be 47.51 miles high.

About 67,866.16 miles tall.

Approximately 55,989.58 miles high (yes, really).

A US dollar bill is 0.0043 inches (just over 1/10 mm) thick, requiring nearly 233 dollar bills for a stack 1 inch high. A billion dollars in a vertical stack would then be 67.8 miles high. (4.3 million inches).

It depends on how many dollar bills you have! Lacking that variable, one US dollar is 0.0043 inches thick. So, a stack of one million dollars is about 358 feet four inches high.

Approximately 67.866 miles high if they are in pristine condition.