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While traveling in India, Sabina notes all of her daily expenses in rupees in her spreadsheet. At the end of the day, she wants to see how much each expense was in U.S. dollars.

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  1. anonymous
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    Which is the quickest way she can convert the currency values?

  2. anonymous
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    INR-to-USD multiplier: 0.022346 (Google) SUM and then multiply the sum by this

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    okay, you do not need to sum expenses put expenses in a column, e.g. A1:A10 put the multiplier in C1 put the formula = $C$1*A1 in B1 fill B2:B10 with the formula in B1

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    okay i got it :)

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