Q: How many bills did Franklin Delano Roosevelt sign in his first 100 days?

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The special congressional session called by President Roosevelt after his inauguration to initiate New Deal legislation.

First of all there no one is going to get 100 dollar bills. And when u divide $111 by 6 you get $18.50 (if you were talking in money). Lazy people really. >.<

First we need to see how many stacks of $100 dollar bills go in $1 million. So $1000000/100 = 10000 stacks. If each stack is 1 inch then the pile will be 10000 inches high. Since 1 foot = 12 inches this will be 833.3 feet high (1 decimal place)

To reduce your electricity consumption there are some inexpensive ways to bring your bills down. First, be sure to turn off all appliances, electronics and lights when not in use. If you heat your home with electricity keep your heat turned down a few degrees. Change all your light bulbs to energy efficient bulbs. You can also change all your appliances to energy efficient models however this is a more expensive options.

Unless they're from the first part of the 20th century, they really wouldn't have any extra value versus their individual prices. For that, you need to know their dates and whether they've been in circulation or not.

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