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I have A 500000 dollar Note From Zimbabwe in the united states?

It isn't worth much at all. Zimbabwe went through a period of hyperinflation to where it would take trillions of dollars simply to buy a dozen eggs. As such, their banknotes a (MORE)

When diagnosed with 3c 4c 5c 6c bulging discs with severe head pain and pain in your neck radiating into shoulders left arm and tingling in your fingers what all can be done is there a pinched nerve?

If the disks are herniated (bulging is another term) the specific nerves causing your problems ARE being pinched/compressed by the disks - that's what happens when you herni (MORE)

Meaning of Emblems on United States Dollar Bill?

                  -- The Dollar Bill & Its Meaning --     Take out a one dollar bill a (MORE)
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What is the force exerted on the -4 C by the plus 5C charge?

-4c charge can make the exerted force go on another object such as the 5c positive charge. because wen u multiply em' they make a similarity between them such as -4c+5c which (MORE)

What is the value of a 1963 5 dollar United States note?

As of 12/2011 approximate prices are: Circulated: $5 to $7 depending on the bill's condition Uncirculated: $18 Most US Notes were printed with red ink. They were effecti (MORE)

What is the value of a 1934 5 dollar United States Note?

  There were no $5 U.S. Notes printed with that date. U.S. Notes have a red seal. 1934 $5 bills were printed as silver certificates (blue) and Federal Reserve notes (green (MORE)

When writing descriptively what is correct US Dollars or United States Dollars or United States?

In the US, we use Dollars as the term. The correct way to clarify USD, for example to make clear that they are not AUD or NZD, etc. would be to write or say US Dollars. You ca (MORE)

What is the largest dollar bill minted in the United States?

No dollar bills are minted in the US. The Mint only makes coins.  Bills are printed by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing.    The highest denomination bill currently (MORE)