# math 10

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Trisha earns \$17,500 per year. If she has 30% withheld for deductions,
what is the net amount of her biweekly paycheck?

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17,500 * 0.3 = 5250
17,500 - 5,250 = 12,250

12,250 / 26 = ?

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