Tuesday, September 21, 2021

Currency Trivia Questions and Answers

Currency Trivia Questions and Answers are about the US dollar that is one of the most valuable and used currencies in the world.

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Q1. The $1 bill features a pyramid.________ object rests atop that pyramid.
An oil tanker
A dollar sign
A weird eye
None of them

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Q2. ___________ material makes up American bills.
Cotton/linen blend
Polyster
Copier paper
None of them

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Q3. __________ is the name of the agency that makes American currency.
United States Bureau of Engraving and Printing
The Rainmakers
The U.S. Treasury
None of them

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Q4. It cost _______ to manufacture a single American penny.
1/10th of a cent
Exactly 1 cent
2.4 cents
2.6 cents

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Q5. In America, _________ is the most common paper denomination.
$1
$2
$3
$4

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Q6. ___________ person's portrait adorns the $2 bill.
Hillary Clinton
Thomas Jefferson
Abraham Lincoln
none of them

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Q7. ______ women's portraits that have appeared on American paper bills.
1
2
3
4

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Q8. _________ denominations is not in circulation.
$25
$50
$75
$100

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Q9. The first American pennies were made from this metal.
Titanium
Nickel
Copper
Steel

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Q10. Modern $100 bills contain _______ security feature.
3-D security ribbon
Self-locking mechanism
Self-destruct button
None of them

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Q11. _________ is the largest denomination ever printed in U.S. currency.




$100
$99
$999
$100,000

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Q12. On average, $1 bills remain in circulation _________ long.




About 2 months
About 2 years
About 21 years
About 11 years

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Q13. The green color was selected for American paper bills, because __________.
It's the natural color of money.
It's a very durable color of ink.
It was George Washington's favorite color.
None of them

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Q14. About how many percent of paper bills printed in the U.S. are in the $1 denomination.
10
20
30
40

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Q15. American coins last for about __________ long in circulation.
About 3 years
About 7 years
About 15 years
About 25 years

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Q16. The government begin issuing paper money in 1862 because _______.
People were hoarding coins.
For use as money and also kindling
Paper is more durable.
None of them

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Q17. _________ denomination of paper bill tends to have the longest circulation life.
$1 bill
$10 bill
$100 bill
$1000 bill

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Q18. The $1 bill features the words "Annuit Coeptis," which means _________.
"He favors our undertaking"
"Our country is blessed"
"Maybe this one will win the lottery"
None of them

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Q19. In 1969, the government stopped making ________ kinds of money.
Coins made from pure gold
Purple paper bills
Paper bills with very high denominations
All of them

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Q20. Before the Civil War, who printed paper money?
Individual banks
A guy named Jed
Anyone who wanted to
None of them

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Q21. The pyramid on the $1 bill have 13 steps because ____________.
The steps represent the original 13 colonies.
They ran out of steps.
Both
None

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Q22. In the 2000s, the government redesigned paper bills with a special security thread that works this way.
It has microscopic writing in it.
It glows under UV light
It randomly bursts into flames
None of them

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Q23. _________ is the official name for America's paper money.
Bank Notes
Bank Notes
Federal Reserve notes
None of them

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Q24. The government stop printing $2 bills in 1966 because ________.
They weren't popular with the public.
They were too easy to counterfeit.
They were worthless.
None of them

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Q25. The U.S. government bring back the $2 bill in 1976 in ________.
Americans demanded $2 bills.
As a trick on the American public
To save money
None of them

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CURRENCY TRIVIA QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS:

Currency Trivia Questions and Answers are about US Dollars.

A LITTLE OVERVIEW:

The dollar of the U.S or U.S. dollar is divided into 100 cents. It is represented by the U.S. dollar or dollar symbol to distinguish it from other U.S. dollar currencies. The US dollar is considered the base currency and is the most widely used currency in transactions in the world.

WHY THIS TRIVIA:

This trivia is a part of series of important things about the U.S.A so how can we miss its currency.

Our Currency trivia questions and answers are made with love and information, you will get a lot of knowledge by attempting them.