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# How do you do the math for converting math to euros?

Updated: 4/28/2022

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13y ago

The question makes no sense, as I've never heard of a "math" as a monetary unit.

To convert from, say, US Dollars to Euros, you simply multiply by whatever the current conversion factor is.

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