# Hectares

The tractor plows the first day of 4.5 ha, the second day 6.3 ha, and the third day of 5.4 ha. It worked whole hours a day, and its hourly performance did not change and was the highest of the possible. How many hectares did it plow in one hour (what is its performance)?

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