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This is connected to a part 1 . Melody and Ginger were helping me but if anyone could help as well

not sure what i would do here

Sep 24, 2019
edited by jjennylove  Sep 24, 2019

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AC     4.6x1016

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Merc  5.79x1010

=.79447323x106

=794,4732.3 times farther

Sep 25, 2019
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As it goes for question 4, since I am using AU units would I solve it differently ? and do 5.5786392/-0.413412695 ? and whatever that equals is the answer? or would I have to use the metre distance for that ?

jjennylove  Sep 26, 2019
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Here you go.

I based the log on  AU (astronomical units)  but you could do it straight from the metre distance if you prefer.

It is just a matter of scale you have to say what your logarithmic scale is based on.

Sep 25, 2019
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Wow ,thank you for physcially creating one for me. I really apprectiate it! Would this be able to tranfer to the same number line as part 1?

If so, also would the vaues change if Increased my scales ? because I am going need to include all the stars and planets but in the number line you provided for the first part it only included the first 8 ,  i was tihnking of doing for evey 1 cm = 2000 km?

jjennylove  Sep 25, 2019
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The logarithmic graph I have done includes the stars as well as the plantets.

Yes you can change it to a number line.

Just push all the entitiies left so that they line up on the vertical axis.

Melody  Sep 25, 2019
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Just finsihed up creating my own graph and as well jsut used the AU units, I felt it to be a bit easier that way. This is all making sense, thank you again for your help ! Theres still some more parts but I am going to go ahead and try doing it myself before I ask any questions.

As it goes for question 4, since I am using AU units would I solve it differently ? and do 5.5786392/-0.413412695 ? and wahteer that equals is the answer? or would I have to use the metre distance for that ?

jjennylove  Sep 26, 2019
edited by jjennylove  Sep 26, 2019
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The ratio works out the same no matter what units you use.  So long as you use the same units for both measurments.

Melody  Sep 27, 2019
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i think im going to do it straight from the metre distance , if I were to do that

Lets say I started with Mercury I would plug it like this into the calculator  log 57900000000  which would be 10.76 ?

Mercury

jjennylove  Sep 29, 2019
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did i do it correctly?

jjennylove  Sep 30, 2019
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Yes, looks ok

Melody  Sep 30, 2019