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# How big is a stack of one trillion dollar bills?

**A stack of one dollar bills equals $100 and measures .43 inches high, which means that $1 trillion dollar bills would stack to a height of approximately 67,866.16 miles.** The moon is about 238,855 miles from the Earth, which would require a stack of $3.5 trillion dollar bills to reach.

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If one trillion one dollar bills were used to cover an area, they would measure 3,992 square miles. This would be the equivalent of the state of Delaware times two. If the same amount was placed end to end, the line would measure 96,906,656 miles, which is more than the distance to the sun.

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