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In Australia torn money are valued by the percentage of the banknote remaining. Half of a $20 bill is valued at $10. Banknotes must be greater than 20% of the original size to have any value. If a banknote is 80% or greater in size it is worth the full value.
The world's record for the longest pencil is held by the company BIC, set in October 2017. The pencil measures 3582.6 feet (1091 meters) long. It was made with a graphite core and polystyrene, allowing it to be bendable.
Each main cable in San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge is made of 27,572 individual thinner wires. It took 80,000 miles (128,748km) of wire to make up each cable, which has a final diameter of 36.3 inches (92.4cm).