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A bank in London, Ontario has a buying rate of CHF 1 = C$1.3525. If the exchange rate
is CHF 1 = C$1.3819, calculate the rate of commission that the bank charges.
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A bank in London, Ontario has a buying rate of CHF 1 = C$1.3525. If the exchange rate is CHF 1 = C$1.3819, calculate the rate of commission that the bank charges. %3D %3D

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