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Ginger earns $18,500 annually and has 22% of her gross earnings
withheld. What is the net amount of her paycheck each pay period if
she is paid biweekly?

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    There are 26 biweekly paydays in a year (6 out of 7 years, anyway).

    Weekly paycheck = (0.78)*$18,500/26
    = $ ____

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