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anonymous
 one year ago
Kenya is reserving a room in a hotel in France where they use euros (€). The room charge is €75. Suppose the conversion rate is €1 = $1.298. What is the cost of the room in dollars?
anonymous
 one year ago
Kenya is reserving a room in a hotel in France where they use euros (€). The room charge is €75. Suppose the conversion rate is €1 = $1.298. What is the cost of the room in dollars?

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anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Hello :) Okay so since the conversion rate is €1 = $1.298 we are going to have to use multiplication to find your answer. So take the 1.298 and multiply it by the room cost (in this case 75) and you'll have your answer. Do you get it?

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 one year ago
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 one year ago
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