Q: How thick is 5000000 in hundred dollar bills?

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Each bill is .0043 inches thick. 2000 dollars in twenties, which is 100 bills, is only .43 inches thick.

depends how long you are able to hang on to them!

US treasury states that 233 dollar bills equals a stack one inch thick.

$3.5T in $100 bills would be a little over 19,300 miles high. U.S. currency is about .0035" thick.

That depends on what bills you are using.

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All American bills of any denomination are printed on paper that is about 0.0043 inches thick, so a new bundle (Federal Reserve strap) of 100 bills will be 0.43 inch thick (1 cm).

According to the U.S. Treasury a dollar bill is .0043 inches thick. Therefore, a stack of 1,000 one dollar bills would be: 4.3 inches thick.

Each bill is .0043 inches thick. 2000 dollars in twenties, which is 100 bills, is only .43 inches thick.

depends how long you are able to hang on to them!

One trillion dollars is represented as $1,000,000,000,000. Divide that by the hundred dollar bill ($100). For those quick minded math people, you drop 2 zeros.1,000,000,000,000 / 100 = 10,000,000,000 This means there are TEN BILLION hundred dollar bills in a trillion dollars.To put that in perspective, the US bill note is about .0043 inches thick. This stack of ten billion hundred dollar bills would be 43,000,000 inches tall. That's three million five hundred eighty-three thousand three hundred thirty-three feet tall. Hard to grasp...scale it up to miles and you get a stack more than 678 miles tall. On it's side, that would be a continuous line of bills stretching from Los Angeles, Ca nearly to Salt Lake City, UT!

US treasury states that 233 dollar bills equals a stack one inch thick.

All current US bills are 0.11 mm thick.

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 4.3 inches tall.

4.3 inches, most heist movies make it seem like it would fill up a briefcase and such but it doesn't. In 20 dollar bills it is 21.5 inches, in 10 dollar bills it is 43 inches, in 5 dollar bills it is 86 inches, and in 1 dollar bills it is 430 inches. A dollar bill is .0043 inches so in turn to make a stack a mile long it would takeover 14 million bills.

A dollar bill is .0043 inches thick. It would take 10 million $100 bills to equal $1billion so the answer is 43,000 inches which is equal to 3,583.333 feet. More than half a mile.

Not much. Storing $50000 in hundred-dollar bills would require 500 bills. Current US banknotes are 0.11 mm thick on average so 500 would make a stack only 500 × 0.11 = 55 mm high. All bills have horizontal dimensions of 156 × 66.3 mm so you could easily hold the entire stack in one hand. For comparison, that's (very) roughly the volume of four packs of playing cards.