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# Question 25 of 30

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# M:C:SPR:SET:A

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SAT

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PSAT/NMSQT

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PSAT 10

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Calculator: Permitted
Problem Solving and Data Analysis

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Questions 25 and 26 refer to the following information.

An international bank issues its Traveler credit cards worldwide. When a customer makes a purchase using a Traveler card in a currency different from the customer’s home currency, the bank converts the purchase price at the daily foreign exchange rate and then charges a 4% fee on the converted cost.

Sara lives in the United States, but is on vacation in India. She used her Traveler card for a purchase that cost 602 rupees (Indian currency). The bank posted a charge of \$9.88 to her account that included the 4% fee.

What foreign exchange rate, in Indian rupees per one U.S. dollar, did the bank use for Sara’s charge? Round your answer to the nearest whole number.

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\$9.88 represents the conversion of 602 rupees plus a 4% fee on the converted cost. To calculate the original cost of the item in dollars, x:

Since the original cost is \$9.50, to calculate the exchange rate r, in Indian rupees per one U.S. dollar:

Question Difficulty:
medium
Objective:

Students must use a linear equation to determine the conversion rate between two currencies.