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23 January, 23:08

If a stack of $10 bills is worth $90 billion what is the height of the stack in kilometers? Assume each bill is 0.2 milimeters thick would the answer be 18,000 km?

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  1. 24 January, 01:01
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    If I am not wrong you would multiply 90 times. 2 to get that answer ... If so the answer should be 450 kilometers
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