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To be eligible for a car loan, Melissa's monthly rent and utilities cannot exceed 30% of her takehome pay. Use the information below to determine whether Melissa is eligible for the loan.
Gross paycheck$3950
Net paycheck (after taxes)$3260
Rent$925
Utilities$150

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