Posted by **Friesam** on Friday, March 30, 2012 at 1:00am.

The distance to the nearest 100000 km from Earth to the moon is given as 400000 km.The average speed to the nearest 500 km/h of a rocket to the moon is given as 3500 km/h.Calculate the greatest and least time it could take the rocket to reach the moon.

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