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posted by kim .
paul charges $2.25 per week for daily plus sunday delivey, and $1.00 per week for sunday deliver only
a:40[$2.25)+25($1.00)
b:40($1.00)+25($2.25)
C:40($1.25)+25($2.25)
D:65($2.25)
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