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# Please choose an option between 1-5" no matter what selection I choose.

I cannot get my assignment to stop looping "Incorrect selection. Please choose an option between 1-5" no matter what selection I choose. I feel like I am really close but something is definitely wrong.

CODE IS AS FOLLOWS:

#include<stdio.h>

int main(void)

{

int choice;

int hoursworked;

#define rate1 8.75;

#define rate2 9.33;

#define rate3 10.00;

#define rate4 11.20;

#define tax1 0.15;

#define tax2 .2;

#define tax3 .25;

#define overtimerate 1.5;

float rate, hours, gross, tax, net, overtime;

printf("*******************************************************************n");

printf("Enter the number corresponding to the desired pay rate or action:n");

printf("1) \$8.75/hr                   2) \$9.33/hrn");

printf("3) \$10.00/hr                  4) \$11.20/hrn");

printf("5) quitn");

printf("*******************************************************************n");

scanf("%d, &choice");

while(choice <1 || choice >5)

{

printf("Incorrect selection. Please choose an option between 1-5n");

}

if(choice > 1 || choice < 5)

{

printf("Enter amount of hours worked this week.n");

scanf("%d, &hoursworked");

}

switch(choice)

{

case '1': rate1;

break;

case '2': rate2;

break;

case '3': rate3;

break;

case '4': rate4;

break;

case '5': return 0;

break;

}

if(hoursworked > 40)

{

overtime = (hoursworked - 40)* rate * overtimerate;

gross = (40 * rate) + overtimerate;

}

else

{

gross = hoursworked * rate;

}

if(gross<=300)

tax = gross* tax1

else if(gross <=450)

tax = gross * tax2;

if(gross>450)

tax = gross * tax3;

net = gross - tax;

printf("Gross: \$%.2f", gross);

printf("Tax: \$%.2f", tax);

printf("Net: \$%.2f", net);

return 0;

}

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