Posted on Thursday, April 4 @ 11:10:00 PST by Nicholas Tan
[Update] And the winner of the random draw is.... Commiebot!
16 people got the correct answer. The official demoninations of U.S. dollar bills (so not banknotes, sorry) are the $1, $2, $5, $10, $20, $50, $100, $500, $1,000, $5,000, $10,000, and $100,000. The "have been" and the high multiple choice answers might have clued you into the fact that there are more denominations than the current set of 7 dominations.
However, from those represented in the obverse of the 12 denominations above, 3 are not presidents: Alexander Hamilton ($10), Benjamin Franklin ($100), and Salmon P. Chase ($10,000). Thus, the answer is D. (More info can be found here.)
[Original] Don't listen to the end date in the image. We crossed it out. We're going to end this Dollar Dash contest this Wednesday on April 3, 11:59pm.
Yes, we're a little late on this. But hey, do you want a custom PS3 Slim or not?! And let's not forget to include a free copy of Dollar Dash and a custom controller as well!
The only restriction, however, is that you must live in the US. Sorry, our international fans, but that's them terms and conditions.
So the fine folks at Kalypso decided to give us the option to pose our own multiple choice question for the contest, which immediately made me conjure up sinister examples like "How many coins are in my pocket?" and have 100 options. But I'm told that this wouldn't be a "fair" question or whatever. So how about this?
How many U.S. Presidents have been represented in the obverse of official denominations of U.S. dollar bills?
So it shouldn't be hard, but we got to make you work for it, right? Respond with your answer in a Private Message to me (Nick_Tan). You can do this by clicking on the mail icon in the upper-right-hand corner of the webpage. If you are right, you will be placed in a pool. Then we will pick the winner from this pool randomly on April 3, 11:59pm.
Feel free to comment but don't reveal the answer here in any way as tempting as it may be. If you do, we'll just delete the comment and maybe ban you. Don't make us do that, please. Besides, I'm sure you all can figure it out on your own (and share the answer with only people you like).