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$38.00 euro is Canadian ?

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Question by pirjo
Submitted on 5/19/2004
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$38.00 euro is Canadian ?


Answer by 1alone
Submitted on 12/7/2004
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Not completely sure on this one. 1 is about 0.66 (Sterling). 1.00 (Sterling) is about $1.50 US. So 38 is 25.33 (Sterling) which is about $37.99 US. There's not much difference between the US dollar and the Euro. For Canadian dollars convert it to US dollars and that's how many Euro's it will be, give or take a few dollars either way.

 

Answer by me
Submitted on 12/10/2004
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Euro'sare the currency in some European countries in order to have a more unifed currency system.  Canada uses the Canadian dollar which is equivalent to approximately 80 american cents right now.  Different countries.  38 euros are worth about 65 american dollars at the moment.

 

Answer by J.D.O
Submitted on 5/25/2006
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38 Euros equal 53.75746 Canadian Dollars (at May 25 2006).

 

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