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Homework Help: Physics

Posted by seema on Saturday, May 1, 2010 at 12:34pm.

A DISTANT SPACE PROBE IS PROGRAMMED TO EMIT A RADIO SIGNAL TOWARD EARTH AT REGULAR TIME INTERVALS. ONE SUCH PULSE ARRIVES ON EARTH 2.92S AFTER IT IS EMITTED FROM THE PROBE. WHAT IS THE APPROXIMATE DISTANCE FROM THE EARTH TO THE PROBE?
A) 7.4 X 10^8M
B) 8.76 X 10^8M
C) 6.94 X 10^8M
D) 3.50 X 10^8M
E) 4.12 X10^8M

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