how many times does 1000 dollars are in a million
Really though, some people don't realize how much a million or billion is. If you had a million dollars you would have 1000, $1,000.00 dollar bills. If you had a billion dollars you would have 1000, $1,000,000.00 dollar bills.
No, you can do it all in 100 dollar bills or 5 dollar bills.
The dimensions of all us bills are Width: 155.956 mm, Height: 66.294 mm, Weight: Approx. 1 g One million dollars in $1000 banknotes would require 1000 bills, so they'd weigh 1000 gm, or one kilo. However, the 1000-dollar bill is no longer printed.
1000 of them.
1000 and thats stupidest question i have ever heard of
1000 million US dollars
1 trillion = 1012 1000 = 103 Then subtract exponents.
each dollar weighs one gram so 1000 dollars is 1000 grams = 1 kilogram
All US paper currency is the same dimensions and weighs the same. A US bill weighs one gram. Thus one million, one dollar bills will weigh 1000000 grams or 1000 Kilograms.
There can be 10 one hundred dollar bills in 1 thousand dollars (1000/100 = 10)
There are 10 one hundred dollar bills in 1000 dollars, so you need to multiply 24,000 by 10 to find how many $100 bills are in $24,000. 10 X 24000 is 240,000.
A billion is 1,000,000,000 and so (if there is a thousand dollar bill in circulation, I am not sure it is), then divide 1,000,000,000 by 1000 to get the number of bills which would be 1,000,000 which is a million
it would take 50 20 dollar bills to make a thousand dollars.
1000 / 50 = 20
Since there are 10 dimes in a dollar, we will divide 10000 by 10 to get the amount of dollars it is, giving us 1000. Then, we will divide 1000 by 100 (because there are one hundred dollars in a one hundred dollar bill) which gives us 10. 10000 dimes is equal to 10 one hundred dollar bills.