The Sears Tower -- 2.6 Trillion Pennies

2,623,684,608,000
Two trillion, six hundred twenty-three billion, six
hundred eighty-four million six hundred and eight
thousand Pennies
 


Chicago's Sears Tower occupies 53.4 million cubic feet of space. Using
our cubic foot of pennies (49,152 total), it's once again just another
multiplication problem - 53,379,000 x 49,152 = 2,623,684,608,000 pennies.

Okay, enough with the buildings, let's take a giant leap forward. What would
a cube of one quadrillion pennies look like?

 

value  $26,236,846,080.00
(Twenty-six billion, two hundred thirty-six million,
eight hundred forty-six thousand and
eighty dollars)
total weight  8,199,014 tons
height stacked  2,588,073 Miles
area (laid flat)  235,279.3 acres

Now a Quadrillion >>

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