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Q: How much money is in a 4 inch stack of one hundred dollar bills?

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100 hundred dollar bills is more money. 900 ten-dollar bills is a bigger stack of paper.

100

8.6"

One hundred times the number of bills in the stack. Banks normally wrap bills in roughly half inch-high stacks of 100 bills each. Assuming that this is the size stack you are referring to, then there would be $100 x 100 = $10,000 in such a stack.

195 100-dollar bills would be 0.84 inches tall.

The answer depends on how big a stack. Also, a stack of mint bills tends to occupy less height than used ones.

1000000/100 = 10000, that is you would have a stack of 10,000 hundred dollar bills.

A banded stack, like at the bank? $100.

50x50=2500

Approximately $22,900

Stacks come in different sizes.

A stack of 1,000,000,000 one-dollar bills would be about 358,333.33 feet tall or 67.87 miles high.

Depends on how many bills are in the stack.

Apx. $2,799,070.00

17 million one-dollar bills would stack to about 6,091.67 feet high.

A one-inch stack would contain about 233 bills.

A 4-inch stack would contain 932 bills.

You'd need about 233 one-dollar bills.

4.3 inches

5/8"

100 dollar bills would stack 44 inch high

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

According to the U.S. Treasury a dollar bill is .0043 inches thick. Therefore, a stack of 1,000 one dollar bills would be: 4.3 inches thick.

A lot.

Five feet

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