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Mathematics, 14.10.2021 08:23

In one month, Farm A produces 6.5*10^3 kilograms of soybeans while Farm B produces 1.3*10^4 kilograms of soybeans. How many times as great as the soybeans produced by Farm A are the
soybeans produced by Farm B? Round your answer to the nearest 10th

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