Q: How much would 10500 in 100 bills weight?

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The weight would be 22.04 lbs. To explain, US bills weigh one gram. There are 10,000 $100 bills in a million dollars so the total weight would be 10 kg, and a kilo is 2.204 US pounds.

How much would US$1000000 in $100 bills weigh

I'm guessing a bill weighs .983 grams and there are 28.35 grams in an ounce and 16 ounces in a pound and I am not including the weight of the bag itself being you didn't give me the bag's weight. 22,680 grams in 50 pounds. 23,072 bills in all. A safe assumption would be $1,153,600 if they were $50 bills

Since a U.S. banknote weighs approximately one gram, the 3,750 bills needed to make up $75,000 in twenties would weigh about 3.75 kg., or around 8.25 lbs. That's not counting the weight of the requisite sack or attaché case, of course.

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.

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The weight would be 22.04 lbs. To explain, US bills weigh one gram. There are 10,000 $100 bills in a million dollars so the total weight would be 10 kg, and a kilo is 2.204 US pounds.

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All current US bills have a mass of 1 gram. Ten thousand $100 bills equal $1,000,000, so their weight would be 10,000 gm. Shifting the decimal point to change to kilos (SO much easier than pounds and ounces!!) gives a weight of 10 kg.

Deduct the actual weight of the vehicle (E-350 Van) from 10,500 lbs. The remainder is the weight capacity of the cargo (including Passenger weight) that the manufacturer specifies for the vehicle. If vehicle weight is unknown buy a weight ticket at a commercial scale and drive it unloaded onto the scale with the normal driver on board. Subtract this weight from 10,500 lbs. The remainder would be the maximum legal cargo weight which may be loaded.

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One US dollar bill weighs about one gram, so 1,000 dollar bills would weigh about 1 kg (2.2 lbs). Since a twenty-dollar bill is common, this would be the weight of 50 twenty-dollar bills.

How much would US$1000000 in $100 bills weigh

I'm guessing a bill weighs .983 grams and there are 28.35 grams in an ounce and 16 ounces in a pound and I am not including the weight of the bag itself being you didn't give me the bag's weight. 22,680 grams in 50 pounds. 23,072 bills in all. A safe assumption would be $1,153,600 if they were $50 bills

x/42000*100 = 25 x/42000=1/4 x=42000/4 x=10500 25% of 42000 dollars is 10500 dollars

It would depend if you are going to build the road out of coins or bills, and if bills, how high would you want the bills to be stacked. Also depends what kind of bills, 5s, 10s, 20s etc.

Since a U.S. banknote weighs approximately one gram, the 3,750 bills needed to make up $75,000 in twenties would weigh about 3.75 kg., or around 8.25 lbs. That's not counting the weight of the requisite sack or attaché case, of course.