How much does one million U.S. dollars weigh? That depends on what coins or dollars you use to add up to that number. One million dollars in one-dollar bills weighs about 1.1 tons, or 2,202 pounds (in the Avoirdupois system, which is what’s used in the United States). A...
Based on U.S. Currency conversions, 2/4 of a dollar is equal to .5 dollars, or 50 cents. The fraction 2/4 can be reduced to the more recognizable fraction 1/2, according to mathisfun.com.
Founding father Benjamin Franklin once said, "A penny saved is a penny earned." If you were able to save a million pennies, how much money would you have? A million pennies add up to $10,000. It would probably take you years to save that many pennies. While you're makin...
There has never been a $1 million bill printed by the U.S. government. The largest bill printed in U.S. history is a $100,000 bill, and it was only printed in two years, 1934 and 1935.
For most people, two million dollars in savings is more than enough to guarantee a comfortable retirement. The majority of people are able to retire after having saved eight times their ending salaries, according to Fidelity.
It would take 20 million nickels to make $1 million. A United States nickel is worth five cents, so $1 is the equivalent of 20 nickels.
There has never been a million dollar bill printed. The $100,000 gold certificate was the largest bill ever printed, but it was not circulated to the public.