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This is it Math Cadet. You’ve come so far this week, I’m truly proud of you. Find the answer to these last few problems, find your treasure, and you will forever hold the honor of being a Math Cadet graduate, with the patch to prove it!
How many years does it take light to bounce of Earth and hit a planet 5 light years away? Move that many spaces in the negative y direction.
To the nearest 10 minutes (ex. 40, or 50), how long does it take the International Space Station to orbit Earth? Take that number (in minutes), divide it by 18, and move in the negative x direction that many spaces.
Last question. I’m not crying, you’re crying!
Why do astronauts float in space?
If it’s because there is no gravity, move in the positive y direction 1.3 billion units.
If it’s because they travel in an orbit at the correct speed based on the height of their orbit, the force of gravity, and the curvature of the Earth, move in the negative y direction 1 unit.
The final position of the treasure is: ( , )