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USD and AUD

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AUD is higher that USD

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AUD is the base currency while USD is the quote currency 

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USD is for United States dollar currency code while AUD is for Australian dollar currency code

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The symbol for the United States Dollar is "$. The symbol for the Australian Dollar is "$" as well. However, it's often written as "A$" or "AU$" when referring to Australian currency.

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The base currency is AUD, whereas the quote currency is USD.

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the difference between these two is that each country has its own currencies USD represents the United States Dollar and AUD is the Australian Dollar.

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The main difference between USD and AUD is that USD is the currency code for the United States Dollar, while AUD is the currency code for the Australian Dollar. These codes are used to represent and distinguish the respective currencies in international financial transactions and trading.

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