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# How much money would I have if I saved five dollars a day for ten years?

# How much money in a stack of five dollar bills?

50 bills to a stack, so $5 *50 = 250

# How much money is ten hundred thousand dollars?

Ten times a hundred thousand dollars makes a million dollars 10x100,000 = 1,000,000

# How much is ten Brazil dollars worth in American money?

It fluctuates, sometimes a bit more, sometimes a bit less, but the general rule is you half it so R$10 equals more or less $5. And just so you know, Brazil's currency isn't t…he Dollar - it's the Real (plural: Reais).

# How much is ten pounds of England money in us dollars?

It depends on the rate of exchange, which normally varies between $1.20 and $2.50 per pound on any given day. So, between 12 and 25 dollars. Today 27 Nov 2012 it would be $16.…02 .

# How much money will you have if you save 200 dollars a month in five years?

$200 x 12 x 5 = $12,000.00

# How can you save one hundred thousand dollars in five years?

384 per week. This works out to $19968 in one year and $99840 in 5 years. This calculation is without any interest. If you deposit the money in any bank, then the final am…ount you realize at the end of 5 years would be much much higher.

# How much money would you save when turning off the lights?

Is this tactic worth the time invested in it? Let's dig in and crunch the numbers, but let's first make a few assumptions. First of all, it takes two minutes to walk through… the house and ensure all the lights are shut off. From the upstairs bedrooms to the laundry room on the far side of the basement, this is about right for our house. Second, electricity costs $0.10 per kilowatt hour. This is roughly what the nationwide average is, and roughly what we use. Third, the average bulb in our home eats 20 watts. We use mostly CFLs, so this is a rough estimate. At my parents, where they're still using almost all incandescent bulbs despite my admonitions, it's more like 50-60 watts on average per bulb. Fourth, doing that walk-through causes me to turn off four light bulbs. This is just on average, sometimes more, sometimes less. Taking those assumptions, let's say we're going to leave on a two hour trip. I turn off four 20 watt bulbs that would have run for two hours, so that's a total of 160 watt hours of energy, or 0.32 kilowatt hours. The effort in that walkthrough, which takes two minutes, is 1.6 cents. Let's do the same for an average work day, where the house will be empty for nine hours. Turning off four 20 watt bulbs that would have run for nine hours saves 720 watt hours of energy. That two minute walkthrough here saves 7.2 cents. This is getting better, but still not very cost effective. Now, let's look at a weekend trip, which we take about once a month. We're typically gone for about 52 hours. Thus, if we turn off those same four 20 watt bulbs, we save 4,160 watt hours of energy. That's 41.6 cents, which is getting to be worthwhile for two minutes of effort. This is assuming only lights, of course. What about the potential for other electronic devices to be turned on? If you find a television on, which sucks down roughly 150 watts on average. Over two hours, that's only 3 cents. Over that 52 hour trip, that's 7.8 kilowatt hours, or $0.78. Here's what I concluded from running the numbers. First, a walkthrough gets more and more cost effective the longer your trip is going to be. For very short trips, it's probably not worth the time investment - with just the light bulbs and a two minute walkthrough before a two hour trip, your hourly wage for that effort is 48 cents. However, if you do a two minute walkthrough for a two day trip and find the four lights and the television on, your hourly wage for that effort is $35.88. Second, the more devices you turn off, the more worthwhile the walkthrough is. On longer trips, I do things like unplugging devices, powering off everything on my entertainment center, unplugging my laptop's power supply, and so on. This cuts down on a lot of drain and can be done pretty quickly, not adding much at all to the time of the walkthrough. My strategy? On short trips, I usually don't even bother with a walkthrough - it's not worth the time. On weekend trips, however, I'm pretty vigilant about a two or three minute walkthrough to turn things off and unplug a few things - it saves a lot of energy and the value of the time I invest in it is quite worthwhile (I can regularly earn the equivalent of a $50 hourly wage turning stuff off before a long trip). It's simple things like these that really make the difference. Taking just a few minutes to look at your behavior and realize when a frugal tactic is cost-effective or not can tell you a lot about whether that behavior is really right for you. For me, I often try to look at it as an hourly wage - if that hourly wage looks nice to me (or there's some other appeal to it), I'll do it. That's why when I bake bread, I usually make several loaves at once, for example, and also why I enjoy trying once-a-month cooking, but I usually eschew most high-intensity efforts at coupons - I'll browse through them idly at the kitchen counter on a lazy Sunday morning and sometimes search online for them, but the benefit is usually not worth the effort.

# How much is ten Australian dollars worth in American money?

About 5 dollars.

# How can a ten year old make 40 dollars a day?

make pie or food for people or walk the dog basically you work hard out at your house and if your parents run out of jobs you just work for your neighbors. eg: raking the le…afs, mowing the lawns, doing the dishes... Working for money if your 10 is hard. trust me i know from experience (different person) I am doing the same thing and found out: Babysit, rake, mow, or shovel your lawn or a neighbors, offer to do small things around the house like the dishes, or walk the dog(if u have one) Offer to walk the neighbor's dog; have a garage or yard sale; lemonade stands are scarse now, so people appreciate them more, or, a koolaid stand(last summer i made $30 in one hour selling popsicles and koolaid). Depending on where u live there are several possibilities to make $40 in a day, just double check with the 'rents(parents) because u can get grounded BIG TIME for doing some of this behind their back. ~hope that helps~

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# How much is a 1969 five dollar bill worth in money?

$5 is money. Unless your bill is uncirculated it's only worth face value.

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# How much would a series 1934A ten dollar bill be worth in TEN years from now?

It might be worth somewhat more, but it also might be worth somewhat less. If anyone could tell what a particular coin or bill will be worth in 10 years, they'd be buy…ing and selling like crazy, and would end up a zillionaire. But we mere mortals can't predict the future any better than Hanna-Barbera were able to with the Jetsons.

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# If someone who smoked 10 cigarettes a day gave up how much money could they save in a year?

$3.50 x 365 / 2 = $638.75/year.

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# How do you save a hundred thousand dollars in ten years?

Spend roughly ten thousand dollars a year less than you make. That is just over 833 dollars per month. This takes no account of interest that your savings may earn…, but at the rates that are currently available, that is neither here nor there. Besides, if you start considering interest, you ought to look at inflation as well.

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# How much is ten dollars in Canada money in US?

On 11/12/10, 10 Canadian dollars = 9.91223 US dollars. Use the link below for up to date conversion rate.