In Lima one worker can produce either 19 bushels of corn of 6 pounds of tomatoes in one day.  In Puma one worker can produce either 56 bushels of corn or 9 pounds of tomatoes in one day. The country that specializes in tomato production is willing to sell one pound of tomatoes for at least how many bushels of corn? Round to two decimal places.

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In Lima one worker can produce either 19 bushels of corn of 6 pounds of tomatoes in one day.  In Puma one worker can produce either 56 bushels of corn or 9 pounds of tomatoes in one day.

The country that specializes in tomato production is willing to sell one pound of tomatoes for at least how many bushels of corn?

Round to two decimal places.

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