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## To calculate the total weight

To calculate the total weight of the iron ore cargo, you can sum up the weights of the individual components. Let's calculate it:

Component #1: 135 tons

Component #2: 165 tons

Component #3: 165 tons

Component #4: 135 tons

Total weight = 135 + 165 + 165 + 135 = 600 tons

Therefore, the total weight of the iron ore cargo is 600 tons.

## Thank you Usety1998

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