Draw a restriction map of the plasmid, Science

A 12.8 Kb circular plasmid is digested with the following restriction enzymes, resulting in the pattern of bands indicated.  
 
  BamHI    12.8kb
  HindIII      9.3kb + 3.5kb
  BamHI + HindIII  6.7Kb + 3.5Kb + 2.6Kb
  SalI      12.8Kb
  XbaI      12.8  
  SalI + HindIII   6.7kb + 3.5Kb + 2.6Kb
  Xba + HindIII    9.3Kb + 1.75 Kb
  SalI + BamHI    8.7Kb + 4.1 Kb
 
a)  Draw a restriction map of the plasmid.
 

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