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(a) 4. Recalling that 2.54 cm equals 1 inch (exactly), we obtain (0.80 cm) (b) and (0.80 cm) 1 inch cm 2.54 6 picas 1 inch 1.9 picas . 1 inch 2.54 cm 6 picas 1 inch 12 points 1 pica 23 points ,

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(a) 4. Recalling that 2.54 cm equals 1 inch (exactly), we obtain (0.80 cm) (b) and (0.80 cm) 1 inch cm 2.54 6 picas 1 inch 1.9 picas . 1 inch 2.54 cm 6 picas 1 inch 12 points 1 pica 23 points ,
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