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The Swiss franc is selling for $.7681 and the British pound is selling for $1.6581. The cross rate between the franc and the pound is?

I figured out 2.16 but I have so much scribling over it I cant now refigure it out with our gettting it correct again. Can someone simplify these steps

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  1. Try some of the information in the following sites:

    http://search.yahoo.com/search?fr=mcafee&p=how+to+figure+the+cross+rate+between+two+currencies

    Sra

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