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    Use the Universal Currency Converter to determine how many Euros you will receive for $2000 (USD).

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    Ron Larson (author)6 years ago |
    When traveling abroad, changing US dollars into foreign currency at an airport often gets you the least value for your dollar. If you are traveling to another country, it can pay to check into other ways to make purchases, such as those listed in Exercise 2.
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