#1**+2 **

Divide the distances of the satellites by the distance to the nearest star....

then satellite A will be something like 1 /30 th or .765 the distance of the nearest star (examples)

ElectricPavlov Oct 10, 2019

#2**+2 **

...after you get the decimal comparison of how far they are compared to the nearest star (.765 in my example) multiply by 100% to get the percentage.... 76.5 % of the way to the star etc

or more likely , you will find something like .0000765 of the distance to the star.... x 100 = .00765 % or 7.65 x 10^{-3} % in scientific notation

ElectricPavlov
Oct 10, 2019