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Find the taxes for the following using the appropriate Tax Rate Schedule formulas.
1. Single  $168,000
2. Single  $247,000
3. Married, filing jointly $421,000
4. Head of Household  $219,000
5. Married, filing separately  $154,642
6. Married, filing jointly  $398,742
7. Head of household  $30,750
8. Single $42,654
9. Married, filing separately $35,443
10. Single $54,181

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