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  1. Panda.exe
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    You read a news article about a great new invention in Canada. You think maybe you want to visit Canada instead of India in 2013. How much would your $25 be in Canadian dollars?

  2. Panda.exe
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    @.Gjallarhorn.

  3. iGreen
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    Did they give you the rate of USD to Canadian dollars? Right now it's \(\sf 1~USD\rightarrow1.27~canadian~dollars\)

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    yes but its not correct

  5. Panda.exe
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    it says us 1.00 = 0.99

  6. iGreen
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    Okay, you have to use their conversion rate..so just multiply 0.99 to the amount of USD you have.

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    oh well i thought it would be mutch harder than that xD

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    it says   2008 U.S. currency exchange rate 2013 U.S. currency exchange rate Canada (Canadian dollar, or CAD) U.S. $1 = 1.00 CAD U.S. $1 = 0.99 CAD

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    so what sould i pick ?

  10. iGreen
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    It says "You think maybe you want to visit Canada instead of India in 2013." So use the 2013 one..0.99

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    oh i did not see that xD

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    multiply 25 x 0.99 or .99

  13. iGreen
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    It's the same

  14. Panda.exe
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    ok

  15. Panda.exe
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    so if u would multiply 25 by 0.99 you would have 24.75 dollars

  16. iGreen
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    Canadian Dollars, yes...that's our answer.

  17. Panda.exe
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    thank u!! gave fan and medal and thanks for the medal :D

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