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which has the least value?

3130 L+38126 cl+ 3403 ml
394 kl+ 1425 Kl+ 490L
please show work!

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  1. Did you intend to have two different amounts of kl in the second part?

  2. To Ms. sue sorry late reply, no its just a typo but i still need help

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