# Making one circle around the Earth, the satellite flies 49,000 km. What is the distance the satellite flies

Making one circle around the Earth, the satellite flies 49,000 km. What is the distance the satellite flies, 3 times around the Earth?

To find out the distance traveled by a satellite in 3 circles around the Earth, you need to multiply the distance per revolution by 3. To simplify the task, you can drop 3 zeros in the distance of one circle, and then multiply the resulting result by 1000, or add three zeros to the result. That is, 49 * 3, and then multiply the resulting result by 1000. Then:

(49 * 3) * 1000 = 147 * 1000 = 147,000 km the satellite will fly by 3 times around the Earth.

Answer: The satellite will fly 147,000 km.

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