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Levant traded 270 american dollars and received 3000 Mexican pesos. This means that:

1 Mexican peso = (270 x 1) / (3000) = 0.09$

Therefore,

100 pesos will be worth 100 x 0.09 = 9$

Based on this, he will receive 9$ when exchanging 100 pesos for dollars.

1 Mexican peso = (270 x 1) / (3000) = 0.09$

Therefore,

100 pesos will be worth 100 x 0.09 = 9$

Based on this, he will receive 9$ when exchanging 100 pesos for dollars.

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