# A computer programmer earned $1043 a week last year. What was her yearly salary?

Her yearly salary would of been $54,236.00

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To find the programmer's yearly salary, multiply her weekly earnings by the number of weeks in a year:

(1043 \times 52 = 54,236)

So, her yearly salary was $54,236.

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