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16. If you work 37.5 hours per week at $10.65 per hour, how much is your gross pay for a two-week
period? (Round off your answer to the nearest cent.)
A. $399.38
B. $788.10
C. $239.26
D. $798.75
i think its c

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  1. A. 399.38

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  2. No. Nurudeen just cheated you out of a week's wages.

  3. it would be 798.75 that would be D

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    posted by Jeunet
  4. An employee earns $61.75 for working 6.5 hours. How much does the employee earn per hour.

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