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mikee

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on august 5, 2005 1 U.S dollar was worth about 0.808 (Euro) how much would 250 U>S dpllars be worth in Euros? please help me

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  1. anonymous
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    so 1 US = 0.808 Euro right?

  2. anonymous
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    so 250 US = ? euro

  3. mikee
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    yes

  4. anonymous
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    The ratio is 1:.808 Multiply the ratio by 250, 250:202 202 euros

  5. anonymous
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    yeah what she said. ^-^

  6. mikee
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    so the answer would be 202 euros?

  7. anonymous
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    Yes what did I do to the 1 US to get 250 US? I multiplied it by 250 and you remember the rule that what ever you do to one side you do the same thing to the other side. so you have 1 US * (250)= 0.808 Euro * (250) and you get 250 US = 202 Euros

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    thanks

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