Online currency conversion tools are available at XE.com and Oanda.com. These sites allow users to find the most recent conversion rates for the Brazilian real to currencies around the world and calculate how much a specific amount of Brazilian currency is worth in other currencies.
Currency rates are given as a pair of numbers. The first number is the amount of the base currency, or currency that is being converted. The second number is terms currency, or the currency into which the base is being converted. Currency conversion rates are determined by a variety of economic factors and often change from day to day.