Q: How tall is a stack of one dollar bills worth 17 million?

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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.

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 depends on the specific denominations of the bills. For example, it could be six one-dollar bills, or two five-dollar bills and four one-dollar bills.

10,000 i guess

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Approximately $335,520

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.

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1 Ton of dollar bills is $907,184

two dollars. A couple of hundred million were printed, so they're not rare.

It is worth two dollars.

The US never printed a one million dollar bill. Any you find are novelties, and aren't worth anything.

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.