How Tall Is a Stack of Dollar Bills?

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The height of a stack of dollar bills depends on one important factor. How many bills are in the stack or the monetary value of the bills is necessary to formulate and answer. A stack of bills equaling one million dollars would be 4,000 inches tall or just over 333 feet.
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A quick search I just did said that a dollar bill is .0043 inches
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Approximately $335,520.
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4 million inches (approx. 63 miles tall)
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Moon is 238,857 miles from Earth. A dollar bill is 0.0043 inches thick. 3.52 trillion dollar bills stacked to reach the Moon, that's only about 30% of US debt!
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