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Math - Currency Exchange

by Emone Vinson
(Houston, Tx)










































When traveling to other countries, you often have to exchange U.S. dollars for the currency in another country. A few years ago, Paula traveled to London. At the time, 1 pound was equal to 1.44 dollars if p represents the number of pounds Paula spent on her vacation and d represents the number of dollars, which equation can be used to find how many dollars Paula spent?
F. d = 1.44 + p
G. p = 1.44 = d
h. p = 1.44d
j. d = 1.44p

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Dec 29, 2011
Currency Exchange
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by Emone Vinson
(Houston, Tx)


When traveling to other countries, you often have to exchange U.S. dollars for the currency in another country. A few years ago, Paula traveled to London. At the time, 1 pound was equal to 1.44 dollars if p represents the number of pounds Paula spent on her vacation and d represents the number of dollars, which equation can be used to find how many dollars Paula spent?

F. d = 1.44 + p
G. p = 1.44 = d
h. p = 1.44d
j. d = 1.44p



Answer:


For every pound Paula spent, she spent the equivalent of 1.44 US Dollars.

Therefore, the final answer is: choice j, d = 1.44p


Thanks for writing.


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