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Currency is usually written with the type prefixed, e.g. $52.
However, what is the correct way to write a currency range? For example, the inclusive range of 'between 14 and 90 dollars' could be written as:
Put the currency sign in both places:
especially because the other two risk confusing the dash with a decimal marker ($14.90).
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