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beat itnoww (8 days ago)
Starr Barr (2 months ago)
overcomplicated :/
Checker McMaty (6 months ago)
Thank you
Khan Atta Muhammad (9 months ago)
Good information, thanks
Bilayet Hossain (9 months ago)
Rashedul Islam (9 months ago)
1 dollar = 80 dollars 80 rupees = 100 taka 1 dollar = how much rupee ??
Michael Smith (1 year ago)
There are a lot of tools that do the currencies conversion automatically, for example: calccrypto.net.
John Lambert (1 year ago)
Vladimir Putin (1 year ago)
Dzayn (1 year ago)
she's so pretty
plo (8 months ago)
you look like my shithole
Ali Asadullah (1 year ago)
Simple formula: first: 1 of X Currency = (Rate) Y Currency X Currency = Rate * Y Currency. Example: 1PKR = 0.57 INR. ASAD have = PKR.2000 wants in INR. then: INR= 0.57 * 2000. INR= 1140. Note: Always check Currency rate online first as rates change daily or sometime hourly.
Jabez Wallerson (5 months ago)
Lula Williams (1 year ago)
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Deisy Valdez (1 year ago)
you're making this way too fucking complicated then what it is.
ItsJustAPlug (1 year ago)
bit overcomplicated. key to scoring high on these tests is speed.
plo (8 months ago)
it is an explanation, not a test...key to scoring high is understanding..
rasel sarkar (1 year ago)
can you explain how to convert Bangladesh taka to dollar for example 250 taka how mach in dollar, I know how to convert dollar to taka. please convert in calculator thanks!!!
Ionuț Deaur (1 year ago)
What ! is very hard I don't understand what you're saying
Barbara Zielińska (2 years ago)
I am reviewing your numerical tests and currency conversion and frankly sth seem to be wrong here: in question attached first in step one you divide USD by exchange rate. But in step 3 (which is supposed to mimic via real the GBP exchange) you actually multiply it. cost of unit differ significantly (because of course rate is other way around) even if exchange from graph is relatively similar. Could you please clarify?
Barbara Zielińska (2 years ago)
I am referring to test 13 question 9. picture was not attached for whatever reason
Thomas Eyres (3 years ago)
would bang
plo (8 months ago)
you're the ugly shit that the ugliest girls reject, so you come to a maths video to make yourself believe you aren't worthless...BUT YOU STILL ARE....
Ghostface300 (1 year ago)
Thomas Eyres Shes ugly.
londonshaf (3 years ago)
Who came here after the pound dropped like a fucking fly.
Anusha Maharaj (3 years ago)
How do you know that 1 pound = $ 1.62?
Khean Jin Wong (3 years ago)
+Anusha Maharaj 1.62 is the conversion rate, shown on the table (day 2).
THANK GOD FOR THIS LMAO, omg literally saving my life
Dylan Doran (1 year ago)
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EDMATHH (3 years ago)
nice teacher
Perfect! Thank you so much!
teha mohammed (4 years ago)
nothing need to explain ,it's just calculating money or convert by current available price .  
Shaun Johnson (4 years ago)
helpful video, but bit overcomplicated speed is essential on the numerical reasoning tests
TheBlackIndy (4 years ago)
cybersonickid (5 years ago)
George Welbourne (5 years ago)
tthannah (5 years ago)
David Saunderson (5 years ago)
I really think you have majorly over complicated this.  5500*.62, Then resulting figure divide by 1.61
Barbarian King (1 year ago)
if its soooo over complicated then stop dissing her video and go make your own
Crosswizz (5 years ago)
or you could have just done 5,500 x 1.62
R.O. Lovelace (2 years ago)
Howard Jones (5 years ago)
You are a really great teacher and this is really helpful. Only a shame you have only been doing it a few days as my test needs to be completed by 31st. I will check to see if you have any new videos by then but keep up the good work :)

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