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Satelite orbits vary in their distance from the earth. Orbits can be anywhere from 252,800 to 35,200,000 yards. What is the greatest distance between satelite orbits? Round to the nearest ten thousand to estimate.
For problem 3, find the exact difference

Exact difference:
https://www.google.com/webhp?source=search_app#q=35%2C200%2C000++252%2C800+ 
35,200,000  250,000 = ?
35,200,000  252,800 = ?
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