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2. **Problem 1:** Write a program to solve a simple payroll calculation. Find the amount of pay given, hours worked, and hourly rate. (The formula to calculate payroll is pay = hourly rate * hours worked.) Use these values to test the calculation: **Problem 1A** (hours = 30 and rate = 8.52) and **Problem 1B** (hours = 53 and rate = 11.54). Display hourly rate, hours worked, and pay. Use the print command and make basic mathematical calculations.

3. **Problem 2:** Write a program that will calculate the average miles per gallon obtained on a trip. Input the amount of gas used and the number of miles driven. (The formula to calculate miles per gallon is miles per gallon = number of miles driven / amount of gas used. ) Use these values to test the calculation: **Problem 2** (number of miles driven = 298) and (amount of gas used = 12.17). Use the print command and make basic mathematical calculations.