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An industry analyst wants to compare the average salaries of two firms, both to each other and to the industry. Firm A's average salary is $93 \%$ of the industry average, Firm B's average salary is $\$ 58,000$, and the industry average salary is $96 \%$ of Firm B's average salary.
a. Determine the industry average salary.
b. Determine Firm A's average salary.
c. Express Firm B's average salary as a percentage of Firm A's average salary. Round the percentage to two decimals.
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