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Dale Ewen

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Chapter 3.1, Problem 2E

Textbook Problem

Give the metric prefix for each value:

100

Elementary Technical Mathematics

Ch. 3.1 - Give the metric prefix for each value: 1000Ch. 3.1 - Give the metric prefix for each value: 100Ch. 3.1 - Give the metric prefix for each value: 0.01Ch. 3.1 - Give the metric prefix for each value: 0.1Ch. 3.1 - Give the metric prefix for each value: 0.001Ch. 3.1 - Give the metric prefix for each value: 10Ch. 3.1 - Give the metric prefix for each value: 1,000,000Ch. 3.1 - Give the metric prefix for each value: 0.000001Ch. 3.1 - Give the SI symbol for each prefix: hectoCh. 3.1 - Give the SI symbol for each prefix: kilo

Ch. 3.1 - Give the SI symbol for each prefix: deciCh. 3.1 - Give the SI symbol for each prefix: milliCh. 3.1 - Give the SI symbol for each prefix: centiCh. 3.1 - Give the SI symbol for each prefix: dekaCh. 3.1 - Give the SI symbol for each prefix: microCh. 3.1 - Give the SI symbol for each prefix: megaCh. 3.1 - Write the abbreviation for each quantity: 65...Ch. 3.1 - Write the abbreviation for each quantity: 125...Ch. 3.1 - Write the abbreviation for each quantity: 82...Ch. 3.1 - Write the abbreviation for each quantity: 205...Ch. 3.1 - Write the abbreviation for each quantity: 36...Ch. 3.1 - Write the abbreviation for each quantity: 75...Ch. 3.1 - Write the abbreviation for each quantity: 19...Ch. 3.1 - Write the abbreviation for each quantity: 5...Ch. 3.1 - Write the SI unit for each abbreviation: 18 mCh. 3.1 - Write the SI unit for each abbreviation: 15 LCh. 3.1 - Write the SI unit for each abbreviation: 36 kgCh. 3.1 - Write the SI unit for each abbreviation: 85 mmCh. 3.1 - Write the SI unit for each abbreviation: 24 psCh. 3.1 - Write the SI unit for each abbreviation: 9damCh. 3.1 - Write the SI unit for each abbreviation: 135 mLCh. 3.1 - Write the SI unit for each abbreviation: 45 dLCh. 3.1 - Write the SI unit for each abbreviation: 45 mACh. 3.1 - Write the SI unit for each abbreviation: 75 MWCh. 3.1 - The basic SI unit length is ____.Ch. 3.1 - The basis SI unit of mass is ____.Ch. 3.1 - The basic SI unit of electric current is ____.Ch. 3.1 - The basic SI unit of time is ____.Ch. 3.1 - The common SI units of volume are ____ and ____.Ch. 3.1 - The common SI unit of power is ____.Ch. 3.2 - Which is longer? 1metreor1millimetreCh. 3.2 - Which is longer? 1metreor1centimetreCh. 3.2 - Which is longer? 1metreor1kilometreCh. 3.2 - Which is longer? 1millimetreor1kilometreCh. 3.2 - Which is longer? 1centimetreor1millimetreCh. 3.2 - Which is longer? 1killometreor1centimetreCh. 3.2 - Fill in each blank: 1m=mmCh. 3.2 - Fill in each blank: 1km=mCh. 3.2 - Fill in each blank: 1cm=mCh. 3.2 - Fill in each blank: 1m=cmCh. 3.2 - Fill in each blank: 1m=kmCh. 3.2 - Fill in each blank: 1hm=mCh. 3.2 - Fill in each blank: 1mm=mCh. 3.2 - Fill in each blank: 1m=hmCh. 3.2 - Fill in each blank: 1cm=mmCh. 3.2 - Fill in each blank: 1mm=cmCh. 3.2 - Fill in each blank: 1dam=dmCh. 3.2 - Fill in each blank: 1dm=mCh. 3.2 - Which metric unit (km,m,cm,ormm ) should you use...Ch. 3.2 - Which metric unit (km,m,cm,ormm ) should you use...Ch. 3.2 - Which metric unit (km,m,cm,ormm ) should you use...Ch. 3.2 - Which metric unit (km,m,cm,ormm ) should you use...Ch. 3.2 - Which metric unit (km,m,cm,ormm ) should you use...Ch. 3.2 - Which metric unit (km,m,cm,ormm ) should you use...Ch. 3.2 - Which metric unit (km,m,cm,ormm ) should you use...Ch. 3.2 - Which metric unit (km,m,cm,ormm ) should you use...Ch. 3.2 - Which metric unit (km,m,cm,ormm ) should you use...Ch. 3.2 - Which metric unit (km,m,cm,ormm ) should you use...Ch. 3.2 - Fill in each blank with the most reasonable unit...Ch. 3.2 - Fill in each blank with the most reasonable unit...Ch. 3.2 - Fill in each blank with the most reasonable unit...Ch. 3.2 - Fill in each blank with the most reasonable unit...Ch. 3.2 - Fill in each blank with the most reasonable unit...Ch. 3.2 - Fill in each blank with the most reasonable unit...Ch. 3.2 - Fill in each blank with the most reasonable unit...Ch. 3.2 - Fill in each blank with the most reasonable unit...Ch. 3.2 - Fill in each blank with the most reasonable unit...Ch. 3.2 - Fill in each blank with the most reasonable unit...Ch. 3.2 - Read the measurements indicated by the letters on...Ch. 3.2 - Use a metric ruler to measure each line segment....Ch. 3.2 - Use a metric ruler to measure each line segment....Ch. 3.2 - Use a metric ruler to measure each line segment....Ch. 3.2 - Use a metric ruler to measure each line segment....Ch. 3.2 - Use a metric ruler to measure each line segment....Ch. 3.2 - Use a metric ruler to measure each line segment....Ch. 3.2 - Use a metric ruler to measure each line segment....Ch. 3.2 - Use a metric ruler to measure each line segment....Ch. 3.2 - Use a metric ruler to measure each line segment....Ch. 3.2 - Change 675 m to km.Ch. 3.2 - Change 450 cm to m.Ch. 3.2 - Change 1540 mm to m.Ch. 3.2 - Change 3.2 km to m.Ch. 3.2 - Change 65 cm to m.Ch. 3.2 - Change 1.4 m to mm.Ch. 3.2 - Chagne7.3 m to cm.Ch. 3.2 - Change 0.25 km to m.Ch. 3.2 - Change 1250 m to km.Ch. 3.2 - Change 4.5 m to cm.Ch. 3.2 - Change 275 mm to cm.Ch. 3.2 - Change 48 cm to mm.Ch. 3.2 - Change 125 mm to cm.Ch. 3.2 - Change 0.75 m to m.Ch. 3.2 - What is your height in metres and centimetres?Ch. 3.3 - Which is larger? 1 gram or 1 milligramCh. 3.3 - Which is larger? 1 gram or 1 kilogramCh. 3.3 - Which is larger? 1 milligram or 1 kilogramCh. 3.3 - Which is larger? 1 metric ton or 1 kilogramCh. 3.3 - Which is larger? 1 milligram or 1 microgramCh. 3.3 - Which is larger? 1 kilogram or 1 microgramCh. 3.3 - Fill in each blank: 1g=mgCh. 3.3 - Fill in each blank: 1kg=gCh. 3.3 - Fill in each blank: 1cg=gCh. 3.3 - Fill in each blank: 1mg=gCh. 3.3 - Fill in each blank: 1metricton=kgCh. 3.3 - Fill in each blank: 1g=cgCh. 3.3 - Fill in each blank: 1mg=gCh. 3.3 - Fill in each blank: 1g=mgCh. 3.3 - Which metric unit (kg, g, mg, or metric ton)...Ch. 3.3 - Which metric unit (kg, g, mg, or metric ton)...Ch. 3.3 - Which metric unit (kg, g, mg, or metric ton)...Ch. 3.3 - Which metric unit (kg, g, mg, or metric ton)...Ch. 3.3 - Which metric unit (kg, g, mg, or metric ton)...Ch. 3.3 - Which metric unit (kg, g, mg, or metric ton)...Ch. 3.3 - Which metric unit (kg, g, mg, or metric ton)...Ch. 3.3 - Which metric unit (kg, g, mg, or metric ton)...Ch. 3.3 - Which metric unit (kg, g, mg, or metric ton)...Ch. 3.3 - Which metric unit (kg, g, mg, or metric ton)...Ch. 3.3 - Fill in each blank with the most reasonable unit...Ch. 3.3 - Fill in each blank with the most reasonable unit...Ch. 3.3 - Fill in each blank with the most reasonable unit...Ch. 3.3 - Fill in each blank with the most reasonable unit...Ch. 3.3 - Fill in each blank with the most reasonable unit...Ch. 3.3 - Fill in each blank with the most reasonable unit...Ch. 3.3 - Fill in each blank with the most reasonable unit...Ch. 3.3 - Fill in each blank with the most reasonable unit...Ch. 3.3 - Fill in each blank with the most reasonable unit...Ch. 3.3 - Fill in each blank with the most reasonable unit...Ch. 3.3 - Change 875 g to kg.Ch. 3.3 - Change 127 mg to g.Ch. 3.3 - Change 85 g to mg.Ch. 3.3 - Change 1.5 kg to g.Ch. 3.3 - Change 3.6 kg to g.Ch. 3.3 - Change 430 g to mg.Ch. 3.3 - Change 270 mg to g.Ch. 3.3 - Change 1350 g to kg.Ch. 3.3 - Change 885 g to mg.Ch. 3.3 - Change 18 mg to g.Ch. 3.3 - Change 375 g to mg.Ch. 3.3 - Change 6.4 mg to g.Ch. 3.3 - Change 2.5 metric tons to kg.Ch. 3.3 - Change 18,000 kg to metric tons.Ch. 3.3 - Change 225,000 kg to metric tons.Ch. 3.3 - Change 45 metric tons to kg.Ch. 3.3 - What is your mass in kilograms?Ch. 3.4 - Which is larger? 1 litre or 1 millilitreCh. 3.4 - Which is larger? 1 millilitre or 1 kilolitreCh. 3.4 - Which is larger? 1 cubic millimeter or 1 cubic...Ch. 3.4 - Which is larger? 1 cubic metre or 1 litreCh. 3.4 - Which is larger? 1 square kilometer or 1 hectreCh. 3.4 - Which is larger? 1 square centimeter or 1 square...Ch. 3.4 - Fill in each blank: 1L=mLCh. 3.4 - Fill in each blank: 1mL=LCh. 3.4 - Fill in each blank: 1m3=cm3Ch. 3.4 - Fill in each blank: 1mm3=cm3Ch. 3.4 - Fill in each blank: 1cm2=mm2Ch. 3.4 - Fill in each blank: 1km2=haCh. 3.4 - Fill in each blank: 1m3=LCh. 3.4 - Fill in each blank: 1cm3=mLCh. 3.4 - Which metric unit (m3,L,mL,m2,cm2,orha) should you...Ch. 3.4 - Which metric unit (m3,L,mL,m2,cm2,orha) should you...Ch. 3.4 - Which metric unit (m3,L,mL,m2,cm2,orha) should you...Ch. 3.4 - Which metric unit (m3,L,mL,m2,cm2,orha) should you...Ch. 3.4 - Which metric unit (m3,L,mL,m2,cm2,orha) should you...Ch. 3.4 - Which metric unit (m3,L,mL,m2,cm2,orha) should you...Ch. 3.4 - Which metric unit (m3,L,mL,m2,cm2,orha) should you...Ch. 3.4 - Which metric unit (m3,L,mL,m2,cm2,orha) should you...Ch. 3.4 - Which metric unit (m3,L,mL,m2,cm2,orha) should you...Ch. 3.4 - Which metric unit (m3,L,mL,m2,cm2,orha) should you...Ch. 3.4 - Which metric unit (m3,L,mL,m2,cm2,orha) should you...Ch. 3.4 - Which metric unit (m3,L,mL,m2,cm2,orha) should you...Ch. 3.4 - Fill in each blank with the most reasonable unit...Ch. 3.4 - Fill in each blank with the most reasonable unit...Ch. 3.4 - Fill in each blank with the most reasonable unit...Ch. 3.4 - Fill in each blank with the most reasonable unit...Ch. 3.4 - Fill in each blank with the most reasonable unit...Ch. 3.4 - Fill in each blank with the most reasonable unit...Ch. 3.4 - Fill in each blank with the most reasonable unit...Ch. 3.4 - Fill in each blank with the most reasonable unit...Ch. 3.4 - Fill in each blank with the most reasonable unit...Ch. 3.4 - Fill in each blank with the most reasonable unit...Ch. 3.4 - Fill in each blank with the most reasonable unit...Ch. 3.4 - Fill in each blank with the most reasonable unit...Ch. 3.4 - Change 1500 mL or L.Ch. 3.4 - Change 0.60 L to mL.Ch. 3.4 - Change 1.5 m3 to cm3.Ch. 3.4 - Change 450 mm3 to cm3Ch. 3.4 - Change 85 cm3 to mL.Ch. 3.4 - Change 650 L to m3.Ch. 3.4 - Change 85,000 m2 to km2.Ch. 3.4 - Change 18 m2 to cm2.Ch. 3.4 - Change 85,000 m2 to ha.Ch. 3.4 - Change 250 ha to km2.Ch. 3.4 - What is mass of 500 mL of water?Ch. 3.4 - What is the mass of 1 m3 of water?Ch. 3.4 - How many hectares are contained in a rectangular...Ch. 3.4 - How many hectares are contained in a rectangular...Ch. 3.5 - Which is larger? 1 amp or 1 milliampCh. 3.5 - Which is larger? 1 microsecond or 1 picosecondCh. 3.5 - Which is larger? 1 second or 1 nanosecondCh. 3.5 - Which is larger? 1 megawatt or 1 milliwattCh. 3.5 - Which is larger? 1 kilovolt or 1 megavoltCh. 3.5 - Which is larger? 1 volt or 1 millivoltCh. 3.5 - Write the abbreviation for each unit: 43 kilowattsCh. 3.5 - Write the abbreviation for each unit: 7 millivoltsCh. 3.5 - Write the abbreviation for each unit: 17...Ch. 3.5 - Write the abbreviation for each unit: 1.2 amperesCh. 3.5 - Write the abbreviation for each unit: 3.2...Ch. 3.5 - Write the abbreviation for each unit: 55...Ch. 3.5 - Write the abbreviation for each unit: 540 ohmsCh. 3.5 - Write the abbreviation for each unit: 70...Ch. 3.5 - Fill in each blank: 1kW=WCh. 3.5 - Fill in each blank: 1mA=ACh. 3.5 - Fill in each blank: 1ns=sCh. 3.5 - Fill in each blank: 1day=sCh. 3.5 - Fill in each blank: 1A=ACh. 3.5 - Fill in each blank: 1F=FCh. 3.5 - Fill in each blank: 1V=MVCh. 3.5 - Fill in each blank: 1Hz=kHzCh. 3.5 - Change 0.35 A to mA.Ch. 3.5 - Change 18 kW to W.Ch. 3.5 - Change 350 ms to s.Ch. 3.5 - Change 1 h 25 min 16 s to s.Ch. 3.5 - Change 13,950 s to h, min, and s.Ch. 3.5 - Change 15 MV to kV.Ch. 3.5 - Change 175 F to mF.Ch. 3.5 - Change 145 ps to ns.Ch. 3.5 - Change 1500 kHz to MHz.Ch. 3.5 - Change 51012 W to MW.Ch. 3.6 - Use figure 3.14 to choose the most reasonable...Ch. 3.6 - Use figure 3.14 to choose the most reasonable...Ch. 3.6 - Use figure 3.14 to choose the most reasonable...Ch. 3.6 - Use figure 3.14 to choose the most reasonable...Ch. 3.6 - Use figure 3.14 to choose the most reasonable...Ch. 3.6 - Use figure 3.14 to choose the most reasonable...Ch. 3.6 - Use figure 3.14 to choose the most reasonable...Ch. 3.6 - Use figure 3.14 to choose the most reasonable...Ch. 3.6 - Use figure 3.14 to choose the most reasonable...Ch. 3.6 - Use figure 3.14 to choose the most reasonable...Ch. 3.6 - Fill in each blank: 77F=CCh. 3.6 - Fill in each blank: 45C=FCh. 3.6 - Fill in each blank: 325C=FCh. 3.6 - Fill in each blank: 140F=CCh. 3.6 - Fill in each blank: 16C=FCh. 3.6 - Fill in each blank: 5F=CCh. 3.6 - Fill in each blank: 16F=CCh. 3.6 - Fill in each blank: 40C=FCh. 3.6 - Fill in each blank: 78C=FCh. 3.6 - Fill in each blank: 10F=CCh. 3.7 - Fill in each blank, rounding each result to three...Ch. 3.7 - Fill in each blank, rounding each result to three...Ch. 3.7 - Fill in each blank, rounding each result to three...Ch. 3.7 - Fill in each blank, rounding each result to three...Ch. 3.7 - Fill in each blank, rounding each result to three...Ch. 3.7 - Fill in each blank, rounding each result to three...Ch. 3.7 - Fill in each blank, rounding each result to three...Ch. 3.7 - Fill in each blank, rounding each result to three...Ch. 3.7 - Fill in each blank, rounding each result to three...Ch. 3.7 - Fill in each blank, rounding each result to three...Ch. 3.7 - A road sign reads 75 km to Chicago. What is this...Ch. 3.7 - A hole is 35 mm wide. How many inches wide is it?Ch. 3.7 - The diameter of a bolt is 0.425 in. Express this...Ch. 3.7 - Change 31332 in. to cm.Ch. 3.7 - A tank contains 8 gal of fuel. How many litres of...Ch. 3.7 - How many pounds does a 150-kg satellite weigh?Ch. 3.7 - An iron bar weighs 2 lb 6 oz. Express its weight...Ch. 3.7 - A precision part is milled to 1.125 in. in width....Ch. 3.7 - A football field is 100 yd long. What is its...Ch. 3.7 - A micro wheel weighs 0.045 oz. What is its weight...Ch. 3.7 - A hole is to be drilled in a metal plate 5 in. in...Ch. 3.7 - A can contains 15 oz of tomato sauce. How many...Ch. 3.7 - Change 3yd2tom2.Ch. 3.7 - Change 12cm2toin2.Ch. 3.7 - How many ft2arein140yd2?Ch. 3.7 - How many m2arein15yd2?Ch. 3.7 - Change18in2tocm2.Ch. 3.7 - How many ft2 are in rectangle 12.6 yd long and 8.6...Ch. 3.7 - How many ft2 are in a rectangle 12.6 m long and...Ch. 3.7 - Find the area of the figure Illustration 1 in in2....Ch. 3.7 - Change15yd3tom3.Ch. 3.7 - Change5473in3tocm3.Ch. 3.7 - howmanymm3areinin3?Ch. 3.7 - Howmanyin3arein25cm3?Ch. 3.7 - Change84ft3tocm3.Ch. 3.7 - Howmanycm3arein98in3?Ch. 3.7 - A commercial space 60 ft wide and 90 ft deep rents...Ch. 3.7 - A concrete sidewalk is to be built (as shown in...Ch. 3.7 - How many acres are in a rectangular field that...Ch. 3.7 - How many acres are in a rectangular field that...Ch. 3.7 - How many hectares are in the field in Exercise 39?Ch. 3.7 - How many hectares are in the field in Exercise 40?Ch. 3.7 - A house lot measures 145 ft by 186 ft. What part...Ch. 3.7 - How many acres are in 14mi2?Ch. 3.7 - How many acres are in 18 section?Ch. 3.7 - How many acres are in 520 square rods?Ch. 3.7 - A corn yield of 10,550 kg/ha is equivalent to how...Ch. 3.7 - A soybean yield of 45 by/acre is equivalent to how...Ch. 3.7 - How many acres are in eight 30-in. rows 440 yards...Ch. 3.7 - a. How many rows 30 in. apart can be planted in a...Ch. 3.7 - For Octoberfest, a vender purchased 15 kg of...Ch. 3.7 - Chef Dino has 212 gal of soup and plans to put the...Ch. 3.7 - Change25.6kg/cm2tolb/in2.Ch. 3.7 - Change1.5g/cm2tomg/mm2.Ch. 3.7 - Change65mi/htom/s.Ch. 3.7 - Change415lb/ft3tog/cm3.Ch. 3 - Given the metric prefix for each value: 0.001Ch. 3 - Given the metric prefix for each value: 1000Ch. 3 - Give the SI abbreviation for each prefix: megaCh. 3 - Give the SI abbreviation for each prefix: microCh. 3 - Write the SI abbreviation for each quantity: 42...Ch. 3 - Write the SI abbreviation for each quantity: 8.3...Ch. 3 - Write the SI unit for each abbreviation: 18 kmCh. 3 - Write the SI unit for each abbreviation: 350 mACh. 3 - Write the SI unit for each abbreviation: 50 sCh. 3 - Which is larger? 1 L or 1 mLCh. 3 - Which is larger? 1 kW or 1 MWCh. 3 - Which is larger? 1 km2 or 1 haCh. 3 - Which is larger? 1 m3 or 1 LCh. 3 - Fill in each blank: 650m=kmCh. 3 - Fill in each blank: 750mL=LCh. 3 - Fill in each blank: 6.1kg=gCh. 3 - Fill in each blank: 4.2A=ACh. 3 - Fill in each blank: 18MW=WCh. 3 - Fill in each blank: 25s=nsCh. 3 - Fill in each blank: 250cm2=mm2Ch. 3 - Fill in each blank: 25,000m2=haCh. 3 - Fill in each blank: 0.6m2=cm2Ch. 3 - Fill in each blank: 250cm3=mLCh. 3 - Fill in each blank: 72F=CCh. 3 - Fill in each blank: 25CFCh. 3 - Fill in each blank: Water freezes at C.Ch. 3 - Fill in each blank: Water boils at _____C.Ch. 3 - Fill in each blank: 180lb=kgCh. 3 - Fill in each blank: 126ft=mCh. 3 - Fill in each blank: 360cm=in.Ch. 3 - Fill in each blank: 275in2=cm2Ch. 3 - Fill in each blank: 18yd2=ft2Ch. 3 - Fill in each blank: 5m3=ft3Ch. 3 - Fill in each blank: 15.0acres=haCh. 3 - Choose the most reasonable quantity: Jorge and...Ch. 3 - Choose the most reasonable quantity: Chucks mass...Ch. 3 - Choose the most reasonable quantity: An...Ch. 3 - Choose the most reasonable quantity: Jamilla,...Ch. 3 - Choose the most reasonable quantity: An...Ch. 3 - Choose the most reasonable quantity: On Illinois...Ch. 3 - Choose the most reasonable quantity: Abdul drives...Ch. 3 - Complete the following table of metric system...Ch. 3 - Give the metric prefix for 1000.Ch. 3 - Give the metric prefix for 0.01.Ch. 3 - Which is larger, 200 mg or 1 g?Ch. 3 - Write the SI unit for the abbreviations 240 L.Ch. 3 - Write the abbreviation for 30 hectograms.Ch. 3 - Which is longer, 1 km or 25 cm?Ch. 3 - Fill in each blank: 4.25km=mCh. 3 - Fill in each blank: 7.28mm=mCh. 3 - Fill in each blank: 72m=mmCh. 3 - Fill in each blank: 256hm=cmCh. 3 - Fill in each blank: 12dg=mgCh. 3 - Fill in each blank: 16.2g=mgCh. 3 - Fill in each blank: 7.236metrictons=kgCh. 3 - Fill in each blank: 310g=cgCh. 3 - Fill in each blank: 72hg=mgCh. 3 - Fill in each blank: 1.52dL=LCh. 3 - Fill in each blank: 175L=m3Ch. 3 - Fill in each blank: 2.7m3=cm3Ch. 3 - Fill in each blank: 400ha=km2Ch. 3 - Fill in each blank: 0.2L=mLCh. 3 - What is the basic SI unit of time?Ch. 3 - Write the abbreviations for 25 kilowatts.Ch. 3 - Fill in each blank: 280W=kWCh. 3 - Fill in each blank: 13.9mA=ACh. 3 - Fill in each blank: 720ps=nsCh. 3 - What is the basic SI unit for temperature?Ch. 3 - What is the freezing temperature of water on the...Ch. 3 - Fill in each blank, rounding each result of three...Ch. 3 - Fill in each blank, rounding each result of three...Ch. 3 - Fill in each blank, rounding each result of three...Ch. 3 - Fill in each blank, rounding each result of three...Ch. 3 - Fill in each blank, rounding each result of three...Ch. 3 - Fill in each blank, rounding each result of three...Ch. 3 - Fill in each blank, rounding each result of three...Ch. 3 - Fill in each blank, rounding each result of three...

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