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# Quaston 9 (of 15)Award: 10 out of 10.00 pointsThe sun is 150 *106 km from the Earth: How long does it take for light to travel this distance?O 5.00 * 1050 5.00 * 10...

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###### Quaston 9 (of 15)Award: 10 out of 10.00 pointsThe sun is 150 *106 km from the Earth: How long does it take for light to travel this distance?O 5.00 * 1050 5.00 * 1045.00 * 1035.00 * 1020 5.00 * 101

Quaston 9 (of 15) Award: 10 out of 10.00 points The sun is 150 *106 km from the Earth: How long does it take for light to travel this distance? O 5.00 * 105 0 5.00 * 104 5.00 * 103 5.00 * 102 0 5.00 * 101

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