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For an approximate count - US bills weigh almost exactly one gram, so the stack's weight in grams should be close to the actual number of bills.

For a more accurate count - take the bills to your nearest bank - and ask the teller feed the money through one of their counting machines. If it's a branch of your own bank - they shouldn't charge you for the service.

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Q: What is the easiest way to count a large amount of 20 Dollar Bills?

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Count how many you have. That's how much they're worth.

depends on the denomination of the dollar, a penny will take alot longer then 100 bills, also depends if you can count past 10

Because they don't do random numbers like that they count by 5's or 10's

1 billion seconds 1 dollar per second, 1 billion dollar bills.

Actual/360 is the day-count convention used for T-bills.

Two dollars. Just tell your bank cashier you want some new bills and if she has a new bundle, she'll count out up to 100 bills in sequential order.

US T-Bills use a/360

Count how many bills you have. That's how much they're worth. The only way there might be an additional collector value is if it's an older set and the notes are in decent condition.

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you dont count you measure it

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