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It takes 5 1/3 minutes for light from the sun to reach earth. The Moon is closer to earth, so it,s light reaches earth faster about 5 19/60 minutes faster than from the sun. How long does light from the moon take to reach earth.

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    what is 5 1/3 - 5 19/60 ?
    = 16/3 - 319/60
    = ......

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