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Mad Money

written by: skyblu1
 
How well do you know your U.S. Currency? Can you spot a 'fake?' Take this quiz, for a 'change', and find out!

Question 1:

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A horse and carriage appears on the back of the $10 bill.
False
True


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Question 2:


What is depicted on the back of the $10 bill?
The United States Capitol Building
The Lincoln Memorial
The U.S. Treasury Building
A horse and a carriage

Question 3:

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Whose portrait appears on the $500 bill?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)



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Question 4:


Does the city of Los Angeles have a Federal Reserve Bank?
Yes
No

Question 5:


What city coincides with the letter "B" on the Federal Reserve Seal?
Atlanta
Kansas City
New York
Boston

Question 6:


What motto appears on all bills, Series 1963-B or later?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


Question 7:


The Mona Lisa appears where, on the back of the $1 bill?
The Mona Lisa does not appear on the $1 bill.
Just above the pyramid, on the left hand side of the bill.
On the seal on the right hand side of the bill, just to the left of the eagle's wing.
On the edge of the border, just below the letter 'n', in the word 'One', at the center of the bill.

Question 8:


What is the title of the signature in the lower right hand corner of the U.S. $10 bill?
Secretary of Commerce
Secretary of the Treasury
United States Treasury Director
Treasure of the United States

Question 9:


Whose portrait appears on the face of the $20 bill?
Ulysses S. Grant
Alexander Hamilton
George Washington
Andrew Jackson

Question 10:


What building is depicted on the back of the $20 bill?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


Question 11:


The inscription, 'E Pluribus Unum', appears in the left hand seal, above the pyramid, on the $1 bill.
True
False

Question 12:


What should you do if you think you are in possession of a counterfeit bill?
Burn it
Find a suitable printer and make more
Attempt to return it to the passer
Contact your local police department or United States Secret Service field office

Question 13:


Which of the following cities does not have a Federal Reserve Bank?
San Francisco
Pittsburgh
Richmond
Minneapolis

Question 14:


The U.S. Capitol Building appears on the Back of which bill?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


Question 15:

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Why do some U.S. bills have a star instead of a letter at the end of the serial number?
To indicate that this bill has been replaced due to a printing error
To indicate that these series are scheduled to be phased out in the next five years
To indicate that a bill with this serial number has been counterfeited before
To indicate that this bill has been replaced due to wear


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