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Collection Studio 4.72

[ release date: March 31, 2016 ]







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Developers' Blog

March 30
2011

Guess snail size

Posted by andrew, March 30, 2011. Post has 0 comments.
coin riddle snail

 

September 17
2010

Guess the country

Posted by andrew, September 17, 2010. Post has 2 comments.
banknotes riddle

 

July 29
2010

Guess size of frog

Other riddles:

Posted by andrew, July 29, 2010. Post has 3 comments.
coin riddle

 

July 22
2010

Guess real esate price

When bill in 5000 RUR fold in half - the square of it will match the square of residence that you can buy in russian capital for 5000 rubles (near $160). :crazy:

Posted by andrew, July 22, 2010. Post has 0 comments.
banknote riddle rouble Russia

 

April 20
2010

Guess dog size

Do you know exact size of currencies in your wallet? Look, it can be useful to measure quickly something or somebody with some acceptable accuracy:

The size of the United States one-dollar bill (the most common denomination of U.S. currency) is approximately 6.14 x 2.61 in = 155.956 x 66.294 mm.

One dollar facts:

The first president, George Washington, painted by Gilbert Stuart, is currently featured on the obverse, while the Great Seal of the United States is featured on the reverse. The one-dollar bill has the second oldest design of all U.S. currency currently being produced, after the two-dollar bill. The obverse debuted in 1963 when the $1 bill first became a Federal Reserve Note. The Bureau of Engraving and Printing says the average life of a $1 bill in circulation is 21 months before it is replaced due to wear. Approximately 45% of all U.S. currency produced today are one-dollar bills. All $1 bills produced today are Federal Reserve Notes. One-dollar bills are delivered by Federal Reserve Banks in blue straps. The inclusion of "In God We Trust" on all currency was required by law in 1955. The national motto first appeared on paper money in 1957.

Posted by andrew, April 20, 2010. Post has 0 comments.
banknote bill dollar riddle United States

 

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