Those 20 million rupees works out to 436020 in 2006

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Those 20 million rupees works out to $436,020 in 2006 US Dollars, less than half of the American game show’s equivalent. However, the Indian prize is worth far more than its American counterpart, due to the economic situation of both countries. 1 / 1 pts Question 7 How much money does Jamal give a blind boy in the subway? 100 rupees None 100 pennies 100 dollars Correct! Correct! The blind street singer rubs the hundred dollar bill in his hands and marvels at what he finds: "It is a portrait", he tells Jamal, "of Benjamin Franklin", which means it is a lot of money.
1 / 1 pts Question 8 What was the answer to the question in the introduction of the film?
2019/10/30 Quiz on Movie: Slumdog Millionaire (2008): PUP 200: Cities in Cinema (2019 Fall - B) He is lucky It is written Correct! Correct! He cheated “It is written” is a phrase that points toward some unspecified destiny that has guided Jamal to that point. 1 / 1 pts Question 9 About how many people live in Kayole-Soweto (Nairobi article)? Correct! Correct!
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50,000 With the amount of people living in this neighborhood, it is important to be able to provide safe, healthy communities to the residents. 1 / 1 pts Question 10 In 2007, there were _____ leather shops in Dharavi. ( In One Slum, Misery, Work, Politics and Hope) Correct! Correct!
2019/10/30 Quiz on Movie: Slumdog Millionaire (2008): PUP 200: Cities in Cinema (2019 Fall - B) 500 10,000 Leatherwork is now a major industry in Dharavi, but there are many different services that make the slum a thriving economic hub. 1 / 1 pts Question 11 One of the key features that led to improvements (mentioned in the Sustainable Cities blog) was raising unit costs to attract higher income households. better zoning and restrictions, such as specific zones for residential, commercial, industrial, etc., as well as adding minimum plot requirements. inclusion of similar plot sizes in order to attract people of similar incomes.
6/8 the introduction of plots that were tiny compared to those “standard” at the time. Correct! Correct! Smaller plots are much more affordable and have allowed a lower-income population to enter the housing market.

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