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\[Speed=\dfrac{distance}{time}\]

\[\LARGE \text{speed of light} =3 \times 10^8\] approx

so I guess you can do part 1

>How long would it take a Sakura Blossom falling at 5cm/sec to reach Earth from the Sun?

in part 2 you are given the speed and distance ,find time

distance is got from part 1 :)

Correct. But you're not given the time at 5cm/s

Part 2 asks for the time !!

There is no part 1 and 2. This is all one.

You want to find the distance given the speed and time.

\[\rm force = mass \times acceleration\]

In fact, light does move the earth every year. I am asking you to find out given little information.

what I can only predict is that the force may be around 1 newton or less,

@Compassionate do you have the answer with you ?

I do.

I think he needs a numerical answer James