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Trying to figure out where to go on vacation. These are the scenarios: First, check how many vacation days you have left. If you have less than 2 days, you will stay at home. If you have between 2 and 4 days, you will go to Asheville. If you have more than 4 days, you check your budget. If your budget is greater than $1200, you will go to Aruba. Otherwise, if it's greater than $800, you will go to Miami. If it's not greater than $800, you will go to Orlando.

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