What do you notice?
What do you wonder?
2 Fifty Dollar Bills
55 Twenty Dollar Bills
14 Ten Dollar Bills
15 Five Dollar Bills
23 One Dollar Bills
Grand Total: $1438
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Well done Andrew! I really like the way you’ve provided Act 2 in a slideshow. Solid thinking.
Just a thought…If you send me the money I can put together Act-3 with a running total as I count. I’ll keep the money as a fee.
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This is the most Graham comment ever. FYI, I will do it for half of whatever Graham charges.
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Suggested question: what is the probability of choosing one dolar bill? 20 $ bill?
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Did anyone ever make the 3rd act reveal???