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23 January, 20:26

The volume of Jupiter is approximately 10^14 cubic km. The volume of Earth is approximately 10^11 cubic km. How many planets the size of Earth does it take to equal the volume of Jupiter?

A. 10^3

b. 10^-3

c. 10^25

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  1. 23 January, 21:17
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    10³ numbers.

    Step-by-step explanation:

    In the question, it is given that, the volume of Jupiter planet is approximately 10¹⁴ cubic km.

    This is also given that the volume of Earth planet is approximately 10¹¹ cubic km.

    Therefore, the volume of Jupiter is 10¹⁴/10¹¹ = 10³ times more than the volume of Earth,

    So, 10³ numbers of planets of the size of Earth will be taken to equal the volume of Jupiter. (Answer)

    Hence, option A. is correct.
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