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Q: How many dollar bills in a one inch stack?

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A 4-inch stack would contain 932 bills.

A one-inch stack would contain about 233 bills.

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You'd need about 233 one-dollar bills.

100

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

A lot.

First we need to see how many stacks of $100 dollar bills go in $1 million. So $1000000/100 = 10000 stacks. If each stack is 1 inch then the pile will be 10000 inches high. Since 1 foot = 12 inches this will be 833.3 feet high (1 decimal place)

It depends on how many dollar bills you have! Lacking that variable, one US dollar is 0.0043 inches thick. So, a stack of one million dollars is about 358 feet four inches high.

Depends on how many bills are in the stack.

Reading the question very carefully, I'd have to say "none". If the stack consists of "900 dollar bills",then there are no "50 dollar bills" in it.But the questioner is probably referring to equivalent values.900 dollar bills have a face value of $900.00 . In order to match that same face value with $50.00 bills,you need 18 of them.

If you are talking about a stack of bills, there are 100 bills in a stack.

"A dollar is a unit of currency. An inch is a unit of length. The two units are therefore incompatible." Actually, yes they are. If you find the thickness of a dollar, you can find how many fit in 1 inch. There are about 233 dollar bills in one inch

Only one stack - if it is big enough.

there is 10,560 dollar bills in a mile

1000 bills.

About 3.4 trillion dollar bills (3,400 billion dollars). Taking the average distance from the center of the Earth to the center of the Moon (about 384,400 km), and subtracting the two radii (6378 km, 1737 km), you get an average lunar surface to Earth surface distance (equator, MSL) of about 376,385 km. The thickness of a US dollar bill when printed is 0.010922 cm (about 0.11 mm). One thousand (1000) of these would be a stack 11 cm or 4.33 inches high. There are about 232 to 233 bills per inch. Neglecting the compression that would occur at the bottom (ends) of the stack, and keeping them pressed tightly together when at zero gravity, the stack would be 376,385,000 m / 0.00010922 m or 3,446,117,927,000 bills ($3.4 trillion). We can check this using the English measurements: 233,875 miles and 233 bills per inch. 3,446,117,927,000 bills = 14,790,206,000 inches = 1,232,517,000 feet = 233,430 miles which is only off by 2/10 of a percent (still, that's $6.2 billion we can pocket from the stack).

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

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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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