Break 10 Australian dollar bill in half, you get two legitimate 5-dollar bills

If you break any Russian bill into two parts, it will no longer be legal tender, even being glued: it can only be exchanged at the bank on a new one. Other rules in Australia: the cost of any denomination, the area is not less than 20% and not more than 80% of the original bill, is proportional to the value of the original bill. Given that the Australian currency notes from 1988 are made of thin plastic instead of paper if you faults 10-dollar bill in half, you get two for $ 5 bills.




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