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Theoretically, 67.866 miles.

If any bill is not compressed any further than its "normal" thickness of 0.0043 inches (0.11 mm), then one billion bills would make a stack of 4.3 million inches (67.8 miles).

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How high a stack of one dollar bills in a billion dollars?

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How High would you have to stack 100 dollar bills to make 1 billion dollars?

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How tall is a stack of 825 billion dollar bills?

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How large is one billion dollars in 100 dollar bills?

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