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John works two jobs. A weekly pay stub from one job shows an earning of \$235.23 and his second pay stub shows a monthly earning of \$ 935.40. Which is the BEST estimate of John's yearly earnings?
A) \$11,000
B) \$12,200
C) \$14,000
D) \$23,400 ***

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1. Correct

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2. It is \$23,400

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