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This page contains currency-related numbers (including cash denominations, and game show/lottery prizes).

List of currency-related numbers

  • Some currencies, such as the Canadian dollar, have commemorative coins with the number 150 in the denomination.
    • It is also the number of psalms in the Book of Psalms, and the number of species in the first Pokémon list.
  • There were 240 pre-decimal pence in a pound sterling.
  • The prize for 4 correct final digits in the German lottery Super 6 is equal to 666 euros.
  • The prize for 4 correct final digits in the German lottery Spiel 77 is equal to 777 euros.
  • The euro banknotes and coins are worth 888.88 euros in total.
  • There were 960 farthings in a pound sterling.
    • It is also the number of starting positions in Fischer Random Chess, which is therefore also known as Chess960.
  • 8,888 is the sum of all czech coins & banknotes: 1 + 2 + 5 + 10 + 20 + 50 + 100 + 200 + 500 + 1,000 + 2,000 + 5,000 = 8,888.[1]
    • It is also associated with good luck in China.
  • The number 24,000 is the least common multiple of 960 and 1,000. The smallest British coin was the farthing, which is the 960th part of the pound sterling. And some currencies have coins, which are the 1,000th part of the main unit. Furthermore, there are no modern currencies, which require a number not dividing 24,000 in the denominator.
  • The second Zimbabwean dollar had banknotes with the number 750,000 in the denomination.
  • The second prize in the Spanish Christmas Lottery is equal to 1,250,000 euros.
  • The first prize (El Gordo) in the Spanish Christmas Lottery is equal to 4,000,000 euros.
  • The total number of bitcoins is limited to 21,000,000.
  • The total number of titcoins is limited to 69,000,000.
  • Some currencies, such as the German Papiermark and the 1993 Yugoslav dinar, had banknotes with the number 500,000,000,000 in the denomination.

Game show prizes

  • The prize for correctly answering the first two questions in the French game show Qui veut gagner des millions ? was equal to 1,500 euros.
  • The prize for correctly answering the first five questions in the French game show Qui veut gagner des millions ? was equal to 12,000 euros.
  • The prize for correctly answering the first nine questions in some national editions of the game show Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? in the respective local currency, and the prize for correctly answering the first ten questions in the German game show Wer wird Millionär? in euros are both equal to 16,000.
  • The prize for correctly answering the first six questions in the French game show Qui veut gagner des millions ? was equal to 24,000 euros.
  • The prize for correctly answering the first three questions in the Japanese game show Quiz $ Millionaire was equal to 30,000 Japanese yen.
  • The prize for correctly answering the first ten questions in some national editions of the game show Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? in the respective local currency, and the prize for correctly answering the first eleven questions in the German game show Wer wird Millionär? in euros are both equal to 32,000.
  • The prize for correctly answering the first seven questions in the Indian game show Kaun Banega Crorepati is equal to 40,000 Indian rupees.
  • The prize for correctly answering the first seven questions in the French game show Qui veut gagner des millions ? was equal to 48,000 euros.
  • The prize for correctly answering the first eleven questions in some national editions of the game show Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? in the respective local currency, and the prize for correctly answering the first twelve questions in the German game show Wer wird Millionär? in euros are both equal to 64,000.
  • The prize for correctly answering the first eight questions in the French game show Qui veut gagner des millions ? was equal to 72,000 euros.
  • The prize for correctly answering the first twelve questions in some national editions of the game show Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? in the respective local currency, and the prize for correctly answering the first thirteen questions in the German game show Wer wird Millionär? in euros are both equal to 125,000.
  • The prize for correctly answering the first six questions in the Japanese game show Quiz $ Millionaire was equal to 150,000 Japanese yen.
  • The prize for correctly answering the first nine questions in the Indian game show Kaun Banega Crorepati is equal to 160,000 Indian rupees.
  • The prize for correctly answering the first thirteen questions in some national editions of the game show Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? in the respective local currency is equal to 250,000.
    • It was also the prize for correctly answering the first seven questions in the Japanese game show Quiz $ Millionaire in Japanese yen.
  • The prize for correctly answering the first three questions in the Italian game show Chi vuol essere miliardario? was equal to 300,000 Italian lire.
  • The prize for correctly answering the first ten questions in the Indian game show Kaun Banega Crorepati is equal to 320,000 Indian rupees.
  • The prize for correctly answering the first eleven questions in the Indian game show Kaun Banega Crorepati is equal to 640,000 Indian rupees.
  • The prize for correctly answering the first twelve questions in the French game show Qui veut gagner des millions ? was equal to 700,000 French francs.
  • The prize for correctly answering the first nine questions in the Japanese game show Quiz $ Millionaire was equal to 750,000 Japanese yen (based on 2000 value, currently 760,000).
    • Its prime factorization is 24 · 3 · 56.
  • The prize for correctly answering the first twelve questions in the Indian game show Kaun Banega Crorepati is equal to 1,250,000 Indian rupees.
  • The prize for correctly answering the first eleven questions in the Japanese game show Quiz $ Millionaire was equal to 1,500,000 Japanese yen.
  • The prize for correctly answering the first thirteen questions in the Indian game show Kaun Banega Crorepati is equal to 2,500,000 Indian rupees.
    • It was also the prize for correctly answering the first twelve questions in the Japanese game show Quiz $ Millionaire in Japanese yen.
  • The prize for correctly answering all fifteen questions in the French game show Qui veut gagner des millions ? was equal to 3,000,000 French francs.
  • The prize for correctly answering the first seven questions in the Italian game show Chi vuol essere miliardario? was equal to 4,000,000 Italian lire.
  • The prize for correctly answering the first fourteen questions in the Indian game show Kaun Banega Crorepati is equal to 5,000,000 Indian rupees.
    • It was also the prize for correctly answering the first thirteen questions in the Japanese game show Quiz $ Millionaire in Japanese yen.
  • The prize for correctly answering the first twelve questions in the Spanish game show 50 por 15: ¿Quiere ser millonario? was equal to 6,000,000 Spanish pesetas.
  • The prize for correctly answering the first fourteen questions in the Japanese game show Quiz $ Millionaire was equal to 7,500,000 Japanese yen.
  • The prize for correctly answering the first eight questions in the Italian game show Chi vuol essere miliardario? was equal to 8,000,000 Italian lire.
  • The prize for correctly answering the first nine questions in the Italian game show Chi vuol essere miliardario? was equal to 16,000,000 Italian lire.
  • The prize for correctly answering the first ten questions in the Italian game show Chi vuol essere miliardario? was equal to 32,000,000 Italian lire.
  • The prize for correctly answering the first question in the Turkish game show Kim 500 Milyar İster? was equal to 50,000,000 first Turkish lira.
  • The prize for correctly answering the first eleven questions in the Italian game show Chi vuol essere miliardario? was equal to 64,000,000 Italian lire.
  • The prize for correctly answering all sixteen questions in the Indian game show Kaun Banega Crorepati is equal to 70,000,000 Indian rupees.
  • The prize for correctly answering the first twelve questions in the Italian game show Chi vuol essere miliardario? was equal to 125,000,000 Italian lire.
  • The prize for correctly answering the first three questions in the Turkish game show Kim 500 Milyar İster? was equal to 200,000,000 first Turkish lira.
  • The prize for correctly answering the first thirteen questions in the Italian game show Chi vuol essere miliardario? was equal to 250,000,000 Italian lire (1$ is approximately 1,649 lires, so 250,000,000 is nearly 151,645$).
  • The prize for correctly answering the first four questions in the Turkish game show Kim 500 Milyar İster? was equal to 300,000,000 first Turkish lira.
  • The prize for correctly answering the first ten questions in the Turkish game show Kim 500 Milyar İster? was equal to 16,000,000,000 first Turkish lira.
  • The prize for correctly answering the first eleven questions in the Turkish game show Kim 500 Milyar İster? was equal to 32,000,000,000 first Turkish lira.
  • The prize for correctly answering the first twelve questions in the Turkish game show Kim 500 Milyar İster? was equal to 64,000,000,000 first Turkish lira.
  • The prize for correctly answering the first thirteen questions in the Turkish game show Kim 500 Milyar İster? was equal to 125,000,000,000 first Turkish lira.
  • The prize for correctly answering the first fourteen questions in the Turkish game show Kim 500 Milyar İster? was equal to 250,000,000,000 first Turkish lira.
  • The prize for correctly answering all fifteen questions in the Turkish game show Kim 500 Milyar İster? was equal to 500,000,000,000 in first Turkish lira.

Approximations of these numbers

For 24,000:

Notation Lower bound Upper bound
Scientific notation \(2.4\times10^4\)
Arrow notation \(28\uparrow3\) \(29\uparrow3\)
Steinhaus-Moser Notation 5[3] 6[3]
Copy notation 2[5] 3[5]
Chained arrow notation \(28\rightarrow3\) \(29\rightarrow3\)
Taro's multivariable Ackermann function A(3,11) A(3,12)
Pound-Star Notation #*(20)*3
PlantStar's Debut Notation [2] [3]
BEAF {28,3} {29,3}
Bashicu matrix system (0)[154] (0)[155]
Hyperfactorial array notation 7! 8!
Bird's array notation {28,3} {29,3}
Strong array notation s(28,3) s(29,3)
Fast-growing hierarchy \(f_{2}(11)\) \(f_{2}(12)\)
Hardy hierarchy \(H_{\omega^2}(11)\) \(H_{\omega^2}(12)\)
Slow-growing hierarchy \(g_{\omega^4\times 2 + \omega^3\times 4}(10)\)

For 32,000,000,000:


Notation Approximation
Arrow notation \(126↑6\)
BEAF \(\{126,6\}\)
Chained arrow notation \(126→6\)
Hyperfactorial array notation \(13!\)
Fast-growing hierarchy \(f_2(30)\)
Hardy hierarchy \(H_{\omega^2}(30)\)
Slow-growing hierarchy \(g_{\omega^{9}32}(10)\) (exact)

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