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Italian Currency: Euro
Currency exchange: 1.42 us dollars to 1 Euro

If a product costs 4.00 in the US, then how much will it cost in Euro's?

  • math -

    You can use a proportion:

    1.42/1 = 4/x
    1.42x = 4
    x = 2.82

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