Q: How thick is A stack of 100 100 dollar bills?

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100 hundred dollar bills is more money. 900 ten-dollar bills is a bigger stack of paper.

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

A banded stack, like at the bank? $100.

We don't know. How big a stack? US bills are generally bundled in groups of 100.

195 100-dollar bills would be 0.84 inches tall.

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100 hundred dollar bills is more money. 900 ten-dollar bills is a bigger stack of paper.

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5/8"

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

A banded stack, like at the bank? $100.

We don't know. How big a stack? US bills are generally bundled in groups of 100.

A 100 dollar bill has a thickness of about 0.1mm. 3 feet is equal to 914.4 mm. Therefore, there would be [914.4/0.1 =] 9144 bills in the stack. The value of the stack would then be [9144 x 100 =] $914,400.

195 100-dollar bills would be 0.84 inches tall.

100 dollar bills would stack 44 inch high

One hundred times the number of bills in the stack. Banks normally wrap bills in roughly half inch-high stacks of 100 bills each. Assuming that this is the size stack you are referring to, then there would be $100 x 100 = $10,000 in such a stack.

A 4-inch stack would contain 932 bills.

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