Can someon explain why they aren’t just solving for the nominal exchange rate in the regular formula of: Real exchange rate = nominal x (1+foreign/1+domestic)

Assume the percentage increases in each of the following listed items:

Percentage increase

Real domestic exchange rate (USD/EUR)

5

Eurozone price level

2

U.S. price level

1.5

The predicted change in the nominal US spot exchange rate is closest to:

Well , None of us read the question properly (Me included) , The question gives real exchange and asks us to calculate the nominal exchange rate , so the formula Real exchange rate = nominal x (1+foreign/1+domestic) needs to be rearranged. That’s why domestic CPI appears in the numerator.

Well it took me , 30 minutes but the importance of reading the question properly cannot stressed enough.