Thickness of a Dollar Bill?


The thickness of a dollar bill is approximately .0043 inches. A dollar bill is actually not that thick. The U.S Treasury make the dollar bills so that they can be circulated.
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According to a dollar bill is .0043 inches thick, or nearly 233 dollar bills for a stack 1 inch high. A billion
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A Dollar Bill is .0043 inches, stacked a mile high would give you 14 million one dollar bills!
The contemporary Federal Reserve Note is printed on a blend of 75% cotton and 25% linen, making it incredibly durable when compared to paper made from wood pulp. The Bureau of Engraving
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