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Table 6:

The 1$\sigma $ confidence intervals of the mass in the form of dark matter.
  Sal, BC/Sal, M Cha, BC/Kro, M
$M_{{\rm D}}[(R_{{\rm Ein}}/R_{{\rm e}}) \le 0.2]~(M_{*})$ [0.04,0.22] [0.18,0.43]
$M_{{\rm D}}[(R_{{\rm Ein}}/R_{{\rm e}}) \le 0.6]~(M_{*})$ [0.19,0.31] [0.58,0.70]
$M_{{\rm D}}[(R_{{\rm Ein}}/R_{{\rm e}}) \le 1.0]~(M_{*})$ [0.20,0.41] [0.63,1.12]
Notes: in each aperture, the lower and upper limits of the intervals are chosen as the smallest and the largest values predicted, at 1$\sigma $ confidence level, by the best-fit power-law and pseudo-Jaffe models. These values are given in units of the luminous mass, that is determined by adopting a Salpeter (left) or Chabrier/Kroupa (right) IMF.

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