Posted by **Kendall** on Tuesday, September 29, 2009 at 5:09pm.

Light travels approximately

5.87 X 10^12 miles in one year. This distance is called a light year. Suppose a star is 2 X 10^4 light years away. How many miles away is that star?

Please help with detailed steps to solve problem. Thanks.

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