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If the dollar price of one South African rand (ZAR) increases from $0.076 in 1999 to $0.083 in 2003, we can say that the reciprocal exchange rate moved from: Question 4 options: 1) $1 = ZAR 13.2 in 1999 to $1 = ZAR 12.0 in 2003. 2) $1 = ZAR 12.0 in 1999 to $1 = ZAR 13.2 in 2003. 3) $1 = ZAR 0.076 in 1999 to $1 = ZAR 0.083 in 2003. 4) ZAR 1 = $0.083 in 1999 to ZAR 1 = $0.076 in 2003. 5) $1 = ZAR 176 in 1999 to $1 = ZAR 183 in 2003.
Its the first option.
From the ques,we know that 1 ZAR=0.076$ IN 1999 AND 1 ZAR=0.083$

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try to find it how much is 1$ in terms of ZAR
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