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With the sun as a reference point, what is the speed of the Earth in km/h?

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    The distance of the earth, from the centre of the sun is about 150 000 000 km. The earth takes one year to complete a revolution around the sun. The trajectory is roughly circular. Find the distance of the circumference of the circle in kilometres. Find the time of revolution in hours. Speed is equal to distance divided by time .

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