Astronomy-HELP PLEASE!!!!!

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Some quasars (quasi-stellar radio source) have the largest red shifts ever observed. If this phenomenon is due to cosmic expansion, what can you say about their distance? What can you say about the age of the quasar at the time the light we now see left the quasar compared to the age of the universe? Explain.

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