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Using the fact that a light year is the distance light travels in one year, calculate the volume of space in cubic miles that is equal to 1 cubic light year (the speed of light is 186000 miles/second)

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- anonymous

See if you can figure it out
The miles has 3 in the exponent since it is cubed.
The unit for the answer is cubic miles traveled in a light year. (mi^3/yr)

- anonymous

I gave you a hint because of the way I put plurals in the units.

- kmcunningham

I can probably take it from here. Thank you SO much omg.

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- kmcunningham

wait which units am I cubing?

- anonymous

The miles is already cubed for you.
Miles would be the unit to cubed though since they are looking for miles cubed.
Ah ok.
Good luck solving it.
You can ask me for help if you are finished.

- kmcunningham

thank you

- anonymous

Yes, have fun figuring the cubic miles!

- kmcunningham

wait, do i cube the 186000?

- kmcunningham

so it would be to 3 sig figs
2.03x10^23 mi^3/yr ?

- anonymous

Wait I take that back you dont cube anything until you find the miles traveled in a light year.

- anonymous

so (186000 miles x 60seconds x 60 minutes x 24 hours x 365days)^3
Units would be in cubic miles.

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