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Suppose that in a week an American worker can produce 60 shirts or 4 computers and a Canadian worker can produce 60 shirts or 5 computers.  The country that specializes in computers will trade 1 computer in exchange for at least  shirts.  The country that buys the computer will pay not more than  shirts.  Enter whole numbers.

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