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a sales manager has weekends off and 20 paid vacation days per year, including holidays that fall on weekdays. if her salary is $93,600 per year, what is her pay per weekday?

(5 * 52)  20 = 248 days
93,600 / 248 = $_____ per day 
$390

A sales manager has weekends off and has 20 paid vacation days per year, including holidays that fall on weekdays. If her salary is $93,600 per year, what is her pay per workday?
A. $325
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