How much does a million dollars weigh?

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This answer can be answered with some simple mathematics. Any given bill weighs approximately 1 gram. Since there are 454 grams per pound, 1 million $1 bills would weight approximately 2,202 pounds. But if you're working with a higher demonination, like $20s or $100s, the pile would weigh less.
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$1,000,000 weight depends on the denomination of the bills. There are 454 bills in a pound. If it was $100 bills it would weigh about 220 pounds. If it was $20s, it would weight over
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As a mechanic, the quickest way we find information is to look on the vehicle itself. To find out how much your car weighs look on the driver side door jamb sticker for the vehicle
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A US nickel weighs between 4.9 and 5.1 grams. That's exactly as much as two dimes but less than a quarter.
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One million dollars in $100 bills would weigh 21 pounds
In $20 bills, a million dollars would weigh 106 pounds and be 200" high. In $1 bills, a million would weigh 1.1 US tons.
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