**Question:** Multiply the current United States debt by the thickness of a dollar bill and return the product in miles.

**Current U.S. Debt:** $35,059,402,347,141

**Thickness of a Dollar Bill:** 0.0043 inches

The total thickness of the U.S. debt in dollar bills is calculated as follows:

*Total Thickness (in inches) = Current U.S. Debt * Thickness of a dollar bill*

Total Thickness (in inches) = 35,059,402,347,141 * 0.0043 = 150,755,429,092.7063 inches

Now, convert inches to miles:

*Total Thickness (in miles) = Total Thickness (in inches) / 63,360 inches per mile*

Total Thickness (in miles) = 150,755,429,092.7063 / 63,360 = **2,378,522.74 miles**

**To put this into perspective:**

**1. Earth's Circumference:**

The circumference of the Earth is approximately 24,901 miles.

The stack of dollar bills could circle the Earth about **95.53 times**.

**2. Distance to the Moon:**

The distance to the Moon is approximately 238,855 miles.

The stack could reach the Moon and back about **4.98 times**.