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Suppose it takes 3 days for a space vehicle to travel from earth to the moon. How long for the same vehichle and the same speed to reach Jupiter? Moon distance from earth is 240,000 miles. Jupiter distance from earth is 391,000,000 miles

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Ignoring gravity effects on acceleration, then

time=3days*391,000,000/240,000

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Twenty four times ten to the fourth power.

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