One billion dollars in \$100 bills laid out would range over 111,287.50 square feet. The standard dimensions of a U.S. currency note are 2.61 inches tall by 6.14 inches long. Ten million \$100 dollar bills, laid end to end... More »

The figure 1 billion dollars is typically abbreviated as \$1B. When written out in long form, 1 billion dollars is \$1,000,000,000, which is equal to 1,000 million dollars. More »

As of 2015, the two dollar bill is still printed by the United States Treasury and remains in circulation. Approximately one billion bills bearing the two dollar denomination are in circulation in the global economy, mak... More »

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A "C note" is a slang term for a hundred dollar bill that came into being due to the Roman numeral for one hundred being C. The letter C was also printed on \$100 bills. More »

Math.com defines a billion dollars as 1,000 million dollars or a one followed by nine zeros: \$1,000,000,000. It would take 10 million \$100 bills to total \$1 billion in cash. More »

The figure 1 billion dollars is typically abbreviated as \$1B. When written out in long form, 1 billion dollars is \$1,000,000,000, which is equal to 1,000 million dollars. More »

The portrait of Benjamin Franklin on the \$100 bill is visible from both sides when held in light, and the note has an estimated lifespan of 15 years, according to the United States Currency Education Program. In 2013, th... More »