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Unformatted text preview: Next was to work on the diameter of the sun to do this I first found that the suns diameter was 1.4millionkm wide, I took 1.4million over 12,742 to find that it would equal 98.1in thus leaving only to find the distance of the two from the sun. I first found that the distance of the moon from the Earth is 384,403km so once again I took the number over 12,742 and I reached the number 30.17in. Which left me only to find the distance of the sun, which was 150millionkm away from the Earth. So one more I divided what I found by 12,742 that gave me the number 11772.1in. I decided that I would simplify what I had found by dividing the inches into feet that gave me the number 981ft. I still felt that the number was to high so I decided to divide it again but this time into feet. This gave the number 327yd that is where I left my answer. I have neither given nor received nor tolerated the use of unauthorized aid....
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- Spring '08