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On her last credit card bill, Linda paid a variable rate of 1.8 percent on the first $200 and 1.2 percent on any amount over $200. How much did she pay if her unpaid balance was $256?

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    0.018 * 200 = 3.60

    0.012 * 56 = 0.67

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