Aldo gets paid biweekly. His gross pay for each pay period is $850. He has 16% withheld for taxes and 7% withheld for personal deductions. What is the amount of his annual net pay?

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  7. Computer Science

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  8. computer science

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  13. Accounting

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  14. math

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  15. accounting

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  18. Math

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  19. math

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  20. math

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  21. Java Programming

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  22. math

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  23. algebra

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  24. CIS115

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  25. accounting

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  27. Visual Basic (Computer Programming)

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  28. Math

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  30. Mathematics

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  31. math

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  32. Computers - Programming Language

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  33. math

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  34. programming

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  37. business math

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  39. Programming C#

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  41. Visual Basic

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  42. pseudocode

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  43. algebra

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  44. Consumer Math

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  45. UWI

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  46. Information Systems Technology

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  47. algebra

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  48. business math115

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  49. math

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  50. math

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  51. Logic and Design

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  52. computer

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  53. Economics

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  55. Personal Finance

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  56. math

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  57. math

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  58. Math

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  59. mathematics

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  60. math

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  61. Math

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  62. PROGRAMMING PROBLEMS

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  63. business math115

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  64. financial math

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  65. programming with basic.

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  67. Algebra

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  68. programing

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  69. computer Programming

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  73. Economicsquiz soon! HELP!!!...

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  76. devry

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  77. computers

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  80. Math college level

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  81. Math

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  82. business math

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  83. math

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  85. math

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