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Title: Operating revenues and operating expenses of large steam railways
Series Title: Statement ;
Portion of title: Operating revenues and operating expenses, selected items for large steam railways
Physical Description: v. : ; 29-45 cm.
Language: English
Creator: United States -- Interstate Commerce Commission. -- Bureau of Statistics
United States -- Interstate Commerce Commission. -- Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics
Publisher: The Bureau
Place of Publication: Washington, D.C
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Railroads -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
Genre: serial   ( sobekcm )
statistics   ( marcgt )
federal government publication   ( marcgt )
periodical   ( marcgt )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Sept. 1927-Nov. 1956.
Numbering Peculiarities: Compares the monthly selected items of the current year with that of the preceding year.
Issuing Body: Issued Sept. 1927-Apr. 1942 by U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Statistics; May 1942-Nov. 1956 by U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics.
General Note: Issues for Jan. 1940-Nov. 1956 have title: Operating revenues and operating expenses, selected items for large steam railways.
General Note: "Selected items for roads with annual operating revenues above $25,000,000," Sept. 1927-Dec. 1939.
General Note: Title from caption.
Statement of Responsibility: Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Statistics.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18597972
lccn - sn 88029200
ocm18597972
Classification: lcc - HE2708 .I783
ddc - 385.0973 fU56ol
System ID: AA00015604:00112
 Related Items
Preceded by: Operating revenues and operating expenses of large steam roads
Succeeded by: Operating revenues and operating expenses, selected items for large railways

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U.. DEPCMTORY
OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES-SELECTED ITEMS FOR LARGE STEAM RAILWAYS .... .


FOR THE MONTHI IC/9SBUARY 19 iTOD 1949 I('0 -- -~---------- ---- ------------------
Oeaig FOR THE MONTH uR IY 19 A. 199 FOR TWO MONTHS ENDED WITH FEBRUARY 1950 AND 1949
MilOperating revenues S Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
Miles readentePercenassengerePC
of romad Freight Passengere Neot Oper- mainte- trans- miles freight Passenger Net Oper- mainte- tran
.:d -- at Pr- Pr- oper- ratio expenses expenses operated Al aton in- oprailway eating nance potato
of month mount cent Amount cent Total ma 'Total eating (per- of opr-- otPe Per- TotAl mante atonluded Total eating r penof eenof o
in- in- -o Amount tln o. cent) tng atng Amount cent Amount cent nance in pre- income cent) ating ating
crease crease column revenues revenues in- in- ceding e
crearease ease column revenues revenues
) (b) () (d) (e) () ) (h) () (() (1) ) (n) (P) () (r) (e) (t) (u) (v) --'(w) ( (a
(Money items in thousands of dollars)* (Money items in thousands of dollars)*
204245 $446,402 $,991 d 14.4 44,267 192,00 3305 46,966 12640 86.2 3 4 3.1 Tta--Ro sted herein..................19 204245 943,651 11.6 $121,70 d 14.4 $1,155, $ 66170,74941,622 84.8
204,450 517,071 6,207 2,102 215,315 31,896 531,358 26,439 84.6 34.3 43.1 19 9 -n 199 204,i545 1,67,034 140,215 1,307,877 8,069 63,701 1,108,682 56,092 84.8 34.3 43.4
1,712 4,460 7.71 Z e g R o 937 d 14.6 2,015 299 5,143 22 86.8 34.0 46.5 19 New England Region:590 2o4441, 0710
1,757 4833 1.97 ,283 5,487 57 1 .Boston & 7Ma on ........................ 0 1,712 9,471 d 6.1 198 d 14.6 2 9 1096 164
152, 187 2 5419433.7 4.7 19 1,757 10,0O3 2,222 13,497 1,457 5 11,366 504 .3
1,79 6,31 d 6 3,576 d 8.7 2,563 71 790 275 43.6 19 New York, New Haven Hartfor.......... 190 1796 1,392 .2 437 11.0 22,76, 118 1789 78.1
1,798 6.791 11:956 3,437 516 9,570 1.4 29.2 43.4 199 retkeReo19 1,798 14.276 8,356 25,000 7,416 1.114 20,6 1,178 81.9 29.7 43.7
794 2,987 d242 15 d13.4 234 1275 7 3013 80 93 34 46 19 Delaware & Hudson....................... 190 794 d 13.6 326 d 17.2 736 2618 354 6,260 51 85.043.0
794 3,92 173 4213 1,33 12 3391 377 3 4. 194 199 794 ................. 7,91 39451 3161 324 7,28 51 85.6 3 4
968 ,917 d21.5 745 d 4.4 1 ,641 401 4,624 90.7 32.2 2 19 Delawaro, Lackawanna & 4 .... ......19 96 8 384 d 203 1 56
969| ,989 780 1941 369 5,226 7 83.3 30:9 4 6.4. 0 ....8....4............. 4
2,231 9267 12.9 49910412 2,995 627 476 852 8.4 28.8 4 19 Erie ....................................1950 2,231 19706 d 11 1072 d 1. 22077 6,355 1254 17,46 1,815 80. 28.8 4.2
2,229 106344199 2,229 22,25 1,209 24,935 7,345 1,177 20,033 1,981 80.3 29.5 43.4

971 3211 3719 1,214 185 3,100 3 84 326 45.3 1949199 971 6,6n 359 7,530 2,6.6 369 6, 58926 8n7.5 3





















3. ;91 e 1 2 1 9 1 Sou.heg0tern ....................... 1 88.0 34- 7
1,252 ,966 d 20.1 297 d .9 1,46 293 99 8d 82 89.4 32.8 48.6 19 Lehigh Valley ....................... 1
1,5 l,62 30 l3597 2 l,51 14 23 56 19 ........................ 8,4 619 j 9,535 3,04 580 8,304 41 87.1 31. 9
1,252 4,962 300 97 292 518 ---MM 81.4 28.8 45.6 019 9 1,25 U 711 iI,559 3,398 586 9,596 760 83.0 29.3
10,735 4,133 8.20.59 7,892 8d13.5 47,124 17,600 3,124 45,198 .d ,341 99 37.3 06-5 19 N Hew York Central.1950 1075 74,883 8 142. 182141 8.11.7 103850 37,404o
10,722 2,909 9,127 9 17,511 2,952 4 6 .9 New Yor :...................... 6 97 1;2 9 3. 4 .o
148,764 5 84.8 30.4. .3 19'71949 10,722 87,310 20:548 119,052 37,846 5,897 102,189 85.8 31.8 46.7
2,193 8,95 d 16.2 213- 276 428 6 34 30 34.1 19 New York, Chicago & St. Louis 193 177 5 6 4,
2,193 10, 89 1086 3,0 2o 400 71:9- 27.9 3 4.6 19 o2. .193 21,699 246 22,50| ,392 798 15,412 3,7 28.4" .
221 2,055 63 d 22.2 2 203 973 250 2,231 217 101.3 44.2 46.4 19 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie....................1950 221 4,72 d 31.0 144 17.7 5,073 2045 4,675 774 92.2 4 3
221 3,329 81 3,565 1,389 226 2,923 741 82.0 39.0 36.3 19491949 221 6,852 175 7,335 2,757 52 5,959 1,505 81.2 37.6
393 644414 29.4 7 241 9 337 5,594 552 7 26.9 44.4 19 Wabash..................................1950 2,393 13,174 4.6 699 ^ d 22.4 14,8s4 4,8gg 673 1,692 987 7.7 2 4
5,971 591 785 28.5 44.o 19 Central Eastern Region: 51949 2,393 13,8117 4 595 12,44 2 1,191 79.1 20 44.3
6,202 19,453 d 1,450 d 14.8 22302 6,985 1,373 19,265 1,351 86.4 31.3 46:5 195 Baltimore & Ohio ........................190 6,202 4336 19. 3,217 d .49,562 16,990 2,743 43,525 2,281 87.8 34 .
6,202 26,045 1,702 29,238 9,079 1,351 23,581 2,759 80.7 31.1 42.8 19 199 6,202 53,6 3728 60724 19,311 2719 49,354 5,578 1.3 31. .
411 1925 14. 442 d 4 2520241 4 65 3. 55.4 19 Central R. R. Co. of New Jersey .........190 411 46 d 14.1 921 419 1,718 290 50436 931
415 2,251 465 2,894 985 140 2,718 93.9 340 52.3 194919 9 415 4,836 991 249 2,108 279 5,941 95.1 3
212 1,082 8 d17.8 7 8 d96.0 1,116 425 74, 474 775 381 342 19 Central R. R. Co. of Pennsylvania ....... 212 2 316 d1.7_17 d992,390 60 48 1,70 1,O54 Z4.9 36
212 1,315 10 425 74 9 624 69.5 31.3 33.5 1941949! 212 2,849 35 2,952 843 148 1,948 1,402 66.o 2.6 32.8
906 1 d 18.0 218 d 29.1 1,69 586 1og 1,691 47 86.1 29.8 44.9 1950 Chicago & Eastern Illinoise..............190 906 3,235 8d19.4476 8d29.8 4,128 1,179 218 480 179 84.3 28.6 45.0
909 1,8842 308 794 110 2,070 133 85.7 32.9 42.? 1949199 909 3,823 677 4,962 1,560 220 4,241 276 85.5 31
238 2,60 d19.8 3,302 686 108 1,927 579 58.4 20.8 338 919 ElinJot & Eter.238 6,803 1,411 216 4 O4 1,245 58.6
3,135.2 19 19 9 238 6,755 7,965 1,633 228 4,697 1,390 59.0 20.5 35.0
32 849 d,10.8 2,329 5.9 3,331 1,278 189 83294 d 666 98.9 38.4 Long Island#.1..0.............................31 1,785 d 16.243.762,997479 6
951 2,200 3,326 1,555 220 3,867 r 116.3 6.8 .5 19 19 376 2129 4,711 7,202 3,129 33 8,214 d 2,922 11
10 91 650 10,ig ,439,4.79,5 ,9033,474 F,69Pennsylvania6.............................19 0.10,11 8 749 22.7 23,9 11 40,989 7,037 107,293 2,629 7.6 37
10,142 53,278 12,36373,487 ,759 87.7 3.7 194 o,42 13,120 27,680 153,396 52,197 7,068 131,866 7,272 86.0o 34
1,325 8,306 763 9,560 36258 6,oo40 344 93.0 40.2 4639R ................................. 4 1,317 .3,540
837 1,961 d 47.2 6 d 36.0 2,090 815 200 1,772 195 84.8 39.0 36.2 1950 Wetern Maryland.........................1950 837 4,458 d39.7 13 34.54,723 1,9 3,859 917.35.7
837 3,712 9 3,867 1,220 185 2,551 7 660.0 39-0 e22 1 oc ster n :' 1949 837 7,396 20 7,722 25421f365,182167.1 37
5,118 12,744 d 8 34 88 8 13 7,87 1,58 15,159 2 Ill0 57.R19 19o 5,098 d 9955 d 41.o 34,o001 16,oo5 3,123 32,342 d 236 95.1 47.1
5,098 22,51 961: 18,11 14 1 1751.0 3. 35.2 19 hepeae & Ohio........................15,18
2,00278,059 1,86 61971,:-264'41,618 50,117 16,376 2,950 3,53 694 75.9 32.7 36.3
2,129 6,341 9_309 8 l24.2 7,05 341 834 7,711 d463 :3109.3 44.8 19 Norfolk & Western........................ 90 2,129 17,343 d.34.1 692 d27.4 18,907go1,663 17,243812 91.2 45
195 34 7730 1 36 31.9 19 southern Region:9 2,129 26,330 954 28,396 1501 C 540 20,7007 ,730 72.9 35.4 31.9
5,528 8,147 8d 6.o 1,802 d 14.7 10,753 3,098 40188,322 1,164 77.4 31.6 38.5 19 0 Atlantic Coast Line......................1950 5,527 16,751 8.63,697 4. 223n5 6,923 851 17,213 2,3 77.93
5,562 8,667 2,113 11,538 3,472 394 98,925 1:226 77.3 30.1 39.8 19 1949 5,562 1 7A4342 1.23,752 7,157 723 17,581 2:193 77.28 3.
1,815 2,391 .9 211 d816.8 2,800 964 116 2,22 8 90.1 34.4 46.2 19 Central of Georgia.......................19Z0 1,815 4,838 8 1.7 451 d 10.9 25,70 1,984 232 5,218 4 91.2 3 47.0
1,815 2,369 254 2,838 949 131 2,623 d 4 92.4 33.4 49.9 1949 1959 1,815 4,924 507 5,910 1,913 263 5,380 -i 91.0 3
337 2,617 d 206 29.5 2,96 899 126 1.985 48o 66.9 3103 30" 190 Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific 1990 337 5,188 437 17.7 937 1,826 252 4 O(6 967.5 03
337 2:662 159 2,966 1,121 126 2,225 397 75.0 37.8 31. 19 19 337 5,323 3715 2,139 253 987467.5 30.8731.0
2,901 5,133 4142. 546 2,093 343 4,16 7.9 35.2 32. g 1994 Mobile&Ohio.......................194 2,9Ol 9,4506 9d66.7 d 12gOn,3763 ,9265 634 8,706 376.7.633o
5l9 318 4,575 0.6 760 .9,479 769 34.3 33.5
6 543 14,974 d 8.0 1,523 d 21.2 122 5870 1098 14,193 1,773 77.6 32.1 38.5 195 Illinois Central......................... 19450 6,543 31,417 d .6 3,295 d818.8 38,477 12,224 2,197 29,778 3,755 77.4 31.8 38.7
6,552 16,277 1,933 20,215 6,608 1,032 15,719 1,922 77.8 32.7 38-5 19941949 6,552 33,284 4058 41 449 13,701 2,060 32,526 3,788 78.5 33.1 38.7
4,780 10,741 d19.1 781 8 28.8 12,268 5,007 804 ,119 444 90.61 40.8 93Louisville & Nashville........................4,780 2233,93 434 88.3 3
4.775 13,275 1,097 15.166 5,471 741 12,640 1,298 833 36.1 1950 46 22 2 246 1 1128 14 1
19 9 4,769 27,232 2465 31,571 11,299 1,478 26,22 2,658 83.7 35.8 42.2
So4 2o d26 11789 2,1 7o64 ,155 8216 2912 74.41 29.3 7 5 194 Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis......190 O49 4,186 d3.6 271 834.4 4,996 172 284 3663 645 73.3 275 37
1,05? 2,11389 2:521 740 115 2:o2 224 1.0 29-3 W9 19-9 1,051 4,344 413 5,251 1: 76 227 4:186 500 79.7 28.1
4,146 8,501 d .7 1,409 d15.9 10 ,643 3,643 8,273 1,002 77.7 34.2 35.9 1900 Seaboard Air Line............ 19 446 17,401 d 2.5 2,935 8.19.3 21,876 7,37 1,036 17,011 2,079 77.8 35
4,153 8,557 1,676 11,007 3,853 ,950 860 81.3 35.0 38.3 1949 19491531 1740. 3,4633 22,913 7,727 938 18,384 1,955 8.2 33.7 3863
6,141 1,3458 -4.4 16,377 5 ,14 1,6 7.6 3.5 37.9 195 Southern................................719;28701 84.92573,31 11,268 1,751 26,13,8 77. 3
1 1 1 12716,166737763340.593 6,a4 __72_,o__ ,_57_ 6.0_ 34,031 n.2_,7__6,_2_7_77
1,4,17,008 6201 8 0 1,213 82,9 36.5 39.9 19499 6,11 3 8,039 -35,615 13,23 1 1,579 29,736 2 83.5 36.6
Percent incr.easecomput0,edn1. units of dlla.


Includes amortization of Defense Projects.


# Report of trustee or trustees.
S199 figures include Wheeling & Lake Erie
a Decrease or deficit.


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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS



OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES-SELECTED ITEMS FOR LARGE STEAM RAILWAYS-Continued.


FOR THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY 1950 AND 1949 FOR TWOM MONTHS ENDED WITH FEBRUARY 1950 AND 1949

Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
Miles Percent Percent Average Percent- Percent
of road Freight Passenger ) ci Net Oper- mainte- trans- miles Freight Passenger Net Oper- malnte- trane-
operated Dore-ia- railway acting nance portation Region, road, and year of road Depreo- railway ating nance portation
4t close All tlund oper- ratio expenses expenses operated at oper- ratio expenses expenaea
of month Per- Total main eluded Totali aAlltoeexpensesseluded
of onth center- Pentr Total mainte ting (per- of oper- of oper- Per- Per- Total mainten- luded total eating (per- of eper- of oper-
in- iount n-t Amount nane e income cent) eating eating Amount cent Amount cent nance in income cent) atng eating
crcreaseserease column cv revenues revenues

(a) (b) (c) (d) (eW (f) (g) (h) (1) () (k) (1) (m) (n) C(o) (p) (q) (r) (s) (t) I (u) (v) (w) I (x) (1 ) () (a)


(Money items in thousands of dollars)*


1,48o 2,350 d 2.5 16 d 67
1,500 2,409 48
10,671 13,414 d 11.7 1,026 d 19
10,670 15,168 1,276

1,617 2,050 155
564 240 d 1 .0 1 ad 5
575 293 -- 2
8,317 11,096 6.1 662 d 8
6,318 10,459 727 --
3,224 1,934 12.1 54 d
3:224 1:726 78
6,889 7959 d 3.9 355 d
6:839 6,266 509
1,051 1,794 21 d 3
1,051 1,934 31
13,073 26,851 d g.6 2,940 d 24
13,103 29,372 3,o6 -
,73 12,606 d 9.6 1,036 d l1
,74 13,951 1,199

9 10,51 a .1 1308 d 2

2,413 3,506 34.5 1 d
2,443 5,359 263
6,142 23,829 d 1.0 2,498 d 2(
8,174 24:069 -- 3,123 --
9,719 22,962 26.7 2,057 4;
9,727 17,943 1,438
1,195 2,960 16.8 I49 d 10
1:195 2,493 16 _
1,110 2,065 6.2 134 d i1
1,110 1,943 155 --
691 2,731 133 97 21
691 2,623 0
3,253 4,662 12.3 313 d
3,253 5,317 350
6,969 12,512 d 10.0 791 a 1
7,007 13,95 913
1,646 4,217 d 3.2 312 d 21
1,854 4,355 413
4,645 6,887 d 1.4 435 d 23
4.645 6:95 570
159 285 d 15.1 12 da 1
159 336 15 --
1,569 4,090 a 11.6 33 d 4'
1,569 4, 625 0--
4,316 7,993 d .2 545 d 22
4,316 ,013 -- 701 --
Percent Increase computed on units of dollars.
Includes amortization of Defense Projects.


3.5 $11,6g71 $4,47;
S12 ,631 5:26


74o
726

,50
618
775
1,082
1,003
5,651
5,679
1,046
1,052
4,4o4
4:628
6o6
600
11,517
13,438
4,147
5,134
3,790




10:,306

8,980
1i,048
959
1,091
S41
823
629
652
1,546
1,685
4,861
4:966
1,504
1,522
2,822
2,780
81
77

1:246
2,926
2,813


137
1120
1,184
1,109
131
126
127
122
932
775
122
119
664
659
176







66
1,052




226


1, 515
151
135
122
102
114
105
248
222

9 i





4
4



367
29


13,281
1,7M
1,961
15,041
16,717
2,005

1,562

12,430
12,863
2,295
2,329



1,566
1,686
24,9o0
29,393
11,o94
12,726
10,081
10,900

250

23,9Z3
25,692
21,840
25,571
2,297
2,655
1,9043

1,713
1,727
4,069
4,667
11, 700
12,693
3,679
4,112
6,476
6,853





6,907
7,151


254
d 4-

d 21













3,614
3,330
,673

6814
669



764


4o4
d 146
246
68

666
720

411
1,44
1,713
5960
507

635
592
d 2

606
744

465
1,149


10.:1
68.9
75.5

92.9
87.9
96.2


98.2
105.4
109.7
119.
106.6
104.1
82.2
81.7
76.2
0.7
73.3
76.7
76.9
79.0
84.3
70.9
65.0
87.6
60.4
119.2
72.5
97.0
60.0
67.0
56.1
55.5


75. 9
7S.6
75.4
79.8
82.5
84.2


67.6
65.7
75.9
77.1


29.6
27.6



27.1
32.6
392.7

44.7
46.5
50.0
54.1

48.9
47.9
31.6
29.1



27.4
31.0
29.6
27.2
3.7
2R.7
36.7

33.1
51.5
30.3,
39.6
34.6
35.0
20.6
21.0
26.6
27.7


30.6
29.5
3.9



26.0
21.0
27.7
25.6
32.2
30.3


Northwestern Region:
1950 Chicago & North Western ................... 190

1950 Chicago Creat Western .................... 19

1950 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific ... 1950
19X9 1949
1950 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha ... 1950

1950 Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range ............. 1950

19 Great Northern ............................195

1950 Minneapolis, St. Paul, & Sault Ste. Marie. 1950
1949 1949
1950 Northern Pacific ......................... 1950
1949 1949
1950 Wisconsin Central # ...................... 1950
1949 1949
Central Western Region:
1950 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe. a/ ......... 1950

1950 Chicago, Burlington & Quinoy ............. 1950
1949 1949
1950 Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific ...........1950
1949 1949
1950 Denver & Rio Grande Western .............. 1950
1949 1949
1950 Southern Pacific Co....................... 1950
19 9 1949
1950 Union Pacific ............................ 1950
1949 1949
1950 Western Pacific ......................... 1950
1949 1949
Southwestern Region:
1950 International Great Northern # ........... 1950
1949 1949
1950 Kansas City Southern ..................... 1950
1949 19 9
1950 issouri-Kansas-Texas Lines .............. 1950
1949 1949
1950 Missouri Pacific # ....................... 1950
1949 1949
1950 Texas & Pacific .......................... 1950


1949 1949
1950 St. Louis-San Francisco ... Te. ............ 1950
1949 1949

1950 St. Louis Southwestern Lines .......... .. 1950
1949 1949
1950 Texas & New Orleans ...................... 1950
1949 1949


81,076

1,500
10,671
10,671

1,617



6,317
6:316
3,224
3,224

6,89

1,051
1,051
13,073
13,103
8,873
8,714
7,619
7,631
2,413
2:443
8,142
8,174
9,720
9,727
1,195
1,195
1,110
1,110
891
891
,253
253
6,969
7,007
1,846
1,854
4,645
4,645
159

1,569
1,569


(Money items In thousands of dollars)*


$18,982
19,632
4,787
4,822
27,031
30,169


4o6
437
20,303
21,543





3,567
35,87
56,499
59,032
2 546

21,349
22,201
7,616
10,009
47,596
4, 388
4,5271

5,763
5,070


5,686
5,997
9,512
10,936
25,629

8 ,67
9,060

13 960

R50
39


16,554
16:710


a 4.3

d .7

d 10.4

d 5.4

d 7.2



1.1

d 9.9

d 8.2



d 5.4

d 3.8

d 23.9

d 1.6

13.5

13.7

5.5

d 5.2

a 13.0

a 8.7

d 4.4

d 2.4

d 13.7

d 11.9

d .9


$2,939

37
95
2,411
2,950
319
373

4



1,A9
155
856
1,160



6,501
,8:176

2,659
2 886
3,:831
379
535



4,680
4:166
334
376
320
345
190
10

695

1,676
2,104



937

19
25
71
122
1,166
1,519


d 15.0

d 61.3

d 18.3

a 14.5



d 13.4

d 20.8

d 27.5

d 26.2

d 20.5

d 11.2

d 24.7

a 29.1

ad 20.5

12.3

d 11.0

d 7.3

5.5



d 20.2

d 24.0

d 28.9,

a 22.8

d 41.8

d 23.2


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