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How long would it take an instruction to a Martian rover to travel from a NASA site on Earth to Mars? Assume the instruction is traveling at the speed of light (3.00 ×× 108 m/s).
 
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Assume the signal is sent when Earth and Mars are 380.0  million kilometers apart.
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