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How long (in ns) does it take light to travel 1.00 m in vacuum?
What distance does light travel in water during the time that it travels 1.00 m in vacuum?

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1. I think you mean PHYSICS, not physic. There's an amazing difference between the two.

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2. distance= speedlight*time
solve for time.

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