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Topic: Currency Conversion
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Fatima

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Re: Currency Conversion
Posted: Jul 14, 2013 6:38 PM
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If 1 INR = 0.01667 USD
Then 1 USD = 1/0.01667 INR
1 USD = 59.988...INR
Explanation:
1 INR = 0.01667 USD is an equation, to make USD the subject of the formula; you divide both sides by 0.01667



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