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If Coke sells for $1.20 Canadian and for .75 pounds in the U.K., determine what the exchange rate should be if purchasing power parity hold

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    Cross multiply and solve for x to find the price of Can$1.00 in pounds.

    1.2/0.75 = 1/x

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