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It takes 256964529 dollar bills. each dollar bill is 6.12 inches long the equator is 24901.55 miles around multiply 24901.55 by the number of feet in a mile 5280 multiply that by 12 to get it into inches divide by 6.12 for the dollar bills

A ton is 2,000 pounds, and there are 454 grams in a pound. A dollar bill weights about one gram. Therefore, $908,000 in dollar bills is a ton of money.

Each bill weighs approximately 1 gm so that means there are about 454 bills per pound.

About 12 quadrillion I believe, at minimun orbit.

A standard U.S. $1 bill is 156 mm long. One mile is 1.609 km, i.e. 1,609,000 mm. Therefore one mile is 10,314 dollars long. A billion is 1,000,000,000. So 97,000 miles approx is a billion dollars. Earth is approx. 25,000 miles around.

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It takes 256964529 dollar bills. each dollar bill is 6.12 inches long the equator is 24901.55 miles around multiply 24901.55 by the number of feet in a mile 5280 multiply that by 12 to get it into inches divide by 6.12 for the dollar bills

Kate has 28 five-dollar-bills and 32 twenty-dollar-bills.

If you have ten, ten dollar bills you will have one hundred dollars. If you have 100 ten dollar bills, you will have 100 ten dollar bills...

There are millions of dollar bills! According to many statements, there are no results to an exact amount, but around 10 billion bills.

You would get 10 five dollar bills.

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There are 3200000 hundred dollar bills in 320000000 dollars.

31,680! because if you multiplied 5,280 because that is how many feet is in a mile! Then you multiply 5,280 by 6in. because 6in. is how long a dollar bill is! And then you multiply 5,280 by 6 and you get 31,680!

The dollar bill is 6.6294 centimetres long. A mile is equivalent to 1.609344 Kilometres which equates to 160,934.4 cm. So now if we divide 160,934.4 by 6.6294 we will get the number of dollars end to end that make up a mile. That's 160934.4 / 6.6294 = 24,275.8621 So lets call it 24,276 dollar bills or $24,276 If you want to go all the way around the Earth (at the equator), you'll need 604,520,952 dollar bills. $605million dollars should cover it so you can pocket the loose change.

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