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1000 dollars.

While some collectors will pay more for consecutive bills, there is no standard way of appraising value based solely on serial number. There are a variety of other factors that can increase their combined value.

Q: What are two consecutive 500 bills worth?

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499 + 500 = 999

Two $2 bills and eleven $1 bills.

Two $2 bills and eleven $1 bills.

It depends on the specific denominations of the bills. For example, it could be six one-dollar bills, or two five-dollar bills and four one-dollar bills.

There are no two consecutive numbers that equal 70 because the sum of any two consecutive numbers is an odd number.

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Face value.

$100

About $500 to $600 each, depending on exact model. For a consecutive pair, it can add a modest amount- $50 or so.

It is worth two dollars.

499 + 500 = 999

Two dollars

about 500

If the bills are modern $1 Federal Reserve Notes with green seals, so many have been printed that getting two consecutive ones from a bank or in change isn't a rare event. If the bills are older, please post a new, separate question with their date and what letter, if any, is next to the date.

Greatest common factor(GCF) of two consecutive even numbers is 2. Here 500 and 502 are consecutive even numbers so, their GCF is 2.

Two dollar bills were printed as notes or certificates in this series. The value depends on the condition of the certificate and whether it was circulated or not. The blue seal certificate is worth between $75 to $500.

According to my Monopoly rules, each player gets $1500 like this: 2 - $500 bills 2 - $100 bills 2 - $50 bills 6 - $20 bills 5 - $10 bills 5 - $5 bills 5 - $1 bills Happy playing! Here it goes: £1,500. Five £1 notes, one £5, two £10, one £20, one £50, four £100 and two £500. When playing Mega Monopoly, add one £1000 to the notes above.

2 dollars each