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Fig. 6


Top row: enclosed mass as a function of radius for the different dark matter density profiles, with the stellar component in black. Middle row: logarithmic density slope as a function or radius, where the black curve corresponds again to the stellar component. The red dashed line indicates r-3, the radius at which the light profile has a logarithmic slope of − 3, while the black line indicates r1/2, the radius at which half of the stellar mass in enclosed (in 3D). Bottom row: cumulative density distribution of the (2D) radial distribution of the data (black), and the light (red) showing the kinematic data is sampled more concentrated towards the center.

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