Facts About The Number 10
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Numbers are part of our everyday lives, yet we don’t really know much about the numbers specifically, choose a number, any number, and ask yourself: “What else is there to know about this number besides the obvious?”. Odds are, you won’t come up with an answer on your own, so don’t kid yourself. But believe it or not, every number has some semblance of a meaning behind them, it’s just hard to find without talking to someone who really, really knows their numbers. But speaking of facts, let’s choose a number right now and answer a few questions… how about the number ten? Seems fair, let’s see what we can find out.
What else would you call a ten dollar bill?
A one dollar bill is referred to as, you guessed right, singles. So, in the same vain as the single, a ten dollar bill is called a sawbuck. By the time you reach twenty, it will become a double sawbuck; see where we’re going with this?
Is there a system based on the number ten?
Yes there is, the metric system is heavily based and inspired by the number ten. Of course, this is more-so a formula practiced and used within European Countries as opposed to the states.
What president will you find on a dime?
Franklin Delano Roosevelt (FDR) is the president found on a ten cent coin.
Are there any presidents on ten dollar bills?
Nope. Not a single one, that’s possibly one of the only currencies that doesn’t have a president on it besides the Sacagawea coin.
What do you call a ten sided figure?
This one is easy; you’ll find most polygons and other ten sided figures to be referred to as a “decagon”.
What state was tenth to join the Union?
The great state of Virginia would be part of the first thirteen colonies to join the United States Union.
What was America’s tenth president?
John Tyler was the tenth president of the United States.