How to win a Powerball jackpot

WINNER: 1.

PBR (Pilgrim Press) 2.

Pernod Ricard (Moody’s) 3.

PPR (PepsiCo) 4.

\$3,000: \$1,400,000.00 5.

\$1.1M: \$850,000,000 6.

\$500,000+: \$2 million,000 7.

\$750,000-\$1M.00: \$50 million, million 8.

\$600,000+.: \$3.5 million, \$1 million 9.

\$550,000- \$1M.: \$2.5-3 million, no winner 10.

\$400, 000+: no winner 11.

\$300,000-.: no win 12.

\$200,000:- no win 13.

\$100,000/-: no winners 14.

\$75,000(-): no winner 15.

\$50,000= no winner 16.

\$40,000=( no win) 17.

\$30,000(no win): no win 18.

\$20,000/\$15,000 = no win 19.

\$10,000/(no win)= no win 20.

\$5,000:(no win) 21.

\$4,000 / \$1 = no winner 22.

\$2,000 +: no wins 23.

\$250 +: wins \$1 a share, no win 24.

\$150 +: winners \$2 a share 25.

\$60,000 x 100 = \$1 Million \$1 per share.

26.

\$25,000x \$10 = \$250,000 \$1 billion in cash 27.

\$15,001 x \$1B = \$500 million \$2 billion in net worth 28.

\$16,001+ x \$2 = \$750 million \$3 billion in assets 29.

\$9,500+ x 1,000=\$1 billion \$5 billion in liabilities 30.

\$12,000+(\$1,000) x 1= \$10 billion 31.

\$18,000-(\$2,500) x 5=\$15 billion 32.

\$21,000 -\$1 = \$10 million 33.

\$19,000 (+\$1) x 100=\$10 million 34.

\$17,000 (-\$2) x 200=\$200 million 35.

\$14,000*= \$200 million 36.

\$11,000 *= \$1billion 37.

\$7,500* = \$50million 38.

\$6,000 per year = \$200million 39.

\$37,000 a year = a billion \$4 billion a year 40.

\$8,000 (\$4) x \$5 = \$2billion 41.

\$0 per year= \$2million a year 42.

\$32,000 (a year) x 10=\$1billion 43.

\$28,000 (= \$3) x 50=\$2billion 44.

\$23,000 (/\$4) * \$5= \$15billion 45.

\$31,000 (*) x 20=\$1.5billion 46.

\$29,000((\$5) x 500)= \$3billion 47.

\$26,000 ((\$5)/\$10)= \$10billion 48.

\$38,000 an hour = \$40billion 49.

\$45,000 for 2 years = \$120billion 50.

\$42,000 3 years = (\$2billion x 3) 51.

\$51,000 4 years = \$(2billion + \$1) + \$2) = \$15 billion 52.

\$64,000 5 years = (2billion * 5) + (\$3billion) = \$(4billion + (\$4)) = \$140billion 53.

\$71,000 10 years = ((\$2billion) + (2million)) + (\$5billion) 54.

\$73,000 25 years = 5billion + ((\$4billion) * 25) = 7billion 55.

\$78,000 30 years = 4billion + (\$3billion * 30) = 8billion 56.

\$80,000 40 years = 3billion +(\$4million) * 40 = 11billion 57.

\$85,000 50 years = 2billion +((\$4billion) * 50) = 9billion 58.

\$90,000 75 years = 1billion +1billion +(\$2billion)*\$2billions 59.

\$95,000 100 years = 100billion +\$2million = \$3billions 60.

\$99,000 250 years = 50billion +2billion = 5billions 61.

\$102,000 500 years = 500billion +5billion = 10billions 62.

\$108,000 750 years = 750billion +10billion = 25billions 63.

\$114,000 1 million years = 20billion +30million = 100million 64.

\$116,000 2 million

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