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Angelo earns \$2,080 each month. His total deductions are 30% of his pay. How much is deducted from his pay each month?

A. \$62.40
B. \$624.00
C. \$69.33
D. \$693.33
i got C what i did is

rate = base / percent

Is what im doing right

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Answered below. You do not need to post duplicates. We get back to the original but it takes a little time.

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sorry but my computer has some problems in it.it shows that i didn't post it freezes and keeps shuting off.

thanks for your help. sorry again.

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