How Much Does a Dollar Bill Weigh?

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When you look at how much a one dollar bill weighs consider this as well, that all US currency is approximately the exact same weight. This means that a $50 and a $1 while weighing the same 2 grams will actually be drastically different in value simply because of what is printed on them as opposed to what they are made of. There have been different variations on the bill all weighing the same and having the same initial value.
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