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# You are living in Paris but will be traveling in London.

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Problem 2.7.22

You are living in Paris but will be traveling in London. The exchange rate that a French bank gave in January 2010 was 1 euro (standard European currency) for 0.87 pound (currency in Great Britain). The bank charges 3 euros for any transaction. a. Write a general equation for changing euros into pounds (including transaction fees). b. Graph pounds as a function of euros. c. Would it make any sense to exchange 10 euros?

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