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What is the biggest earthquake to ever hit Los Angeles?

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The following table associates the names of significant Greater Los Angeles area earthquakes with their origin time (given in GMT), latitude, longitude, depth, magnitude and CUSPID number (a unique number assigned at the time the earthquake was recorded by the Southern California Seismic Network). YEAR MN DY HRMINSEC LATITUTE LONGITUDE MAG DEPTH NAME ---- -- -- -------- -------- --------- ------ ----- --------------- 1920 ml=4.9 1930 ml=5.2 1933 3 11 015407.80 33 37.00 -117 58.00 mw=6.4 0.00 Long Beach 1938 5 31 083455.41 33 41.93 -117 30.64 ml=5.2 10.00 1941 10 22 065718.50 33 49.00 -118 13.00 ml=4.8 0.00 1941 11 14 084136.30 33 47.00 -118 15.00 ml=4.8 0.00 1952 8 23 100907.15 34 31.16 -118 11.89 5.2 13.10 1969 10 24 082912.11 33 17.46 -119 11.56 5.1 10.00 1970 9 12 143052.98 34 16.19 -117 32.40 ml=5.2 8.00 Lytle Creek 1971 2 9 140041.83 34 24.67 -118 24.04 mw=6.7 8.40 San Fernando (Sylmar) 1973 2 21 144557.30 34 3.89 -119 2.10 ml=5.9 8.00 Point Mugu 1979 1 1 231438.94 33 56.66 -118 ... more
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