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One billion US currency bills would create a stack more than 67.8 miles high.

The average thickness of the paper used is 0.0043 inches (about 0.11 mm).

One billion bills (if they did not get further compressed by the weight) would reach a height of 4.3 million inches (67.866 miles).

Q: How tall is a stack of one billion hundred dollar bills?

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100

8.6"

$50,000

Approximately 67.866 miles high if they are in pristine condition.

Approximately $22,900

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

100

8.6"

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195 100-dollar bills would be 0.84 inches tall.

The answer depends on how big a stack. Also, a stack of mint bills tends to occupy less height than used ones.

1000000/100 = 10000, that is you would have a stack of 10,000 hundred dollar bills.

$50,000

Very high: about 67.87 miles.

Approximately 67.87 miles high.

Assuming there was no air between the bills, the total height would be 167,292,274 centimeters tall or 1,039.51 miles 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.