# An American tourist used a two dollar American bill to purchase a coffee and a donut at a Canadian Tim Hortons store. If the Canadian price of the coffee was \$1.41 and the donut was priced at \$0.94. How much Canadian change did the American tourist receive? Use the exchange rate: \$1.00 USD =  \$1.382 CAD. Ignore any P.S.T or G.S.T. implicationsRound your final answer properly to two decimal places.Note:  The currency conversion is hypothetical and not current.  For up to date conversion, go to http://www.xe.com

First, you need to convert the two dollars American bill into Canadian dollars, such that:

The problem provides the information that the tourist has purchased a coffee and a donut and he has paid for them \$1.41 CAD for coffee and  \$0.94 CAD for donut.

You need to add the prices he has paid for a coffee and a donut, such that:

`\$1.41 + \$0.94 = \$ 2.35 CAD`

You need to subtract the total price of \$ 2.35 CAD from the equivalent Canadian amount of the two American dollars bill, such that: