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An AU is approximately 150 million kilometers. In scientific notation: 1.5 x 108 km. I see no point in converting that to centimeters, but if you want to do it, you can multiply that number by 100,000 (=105) (1 kilometer = 1000 meters, and 1 meter = 100 cm).

Q: What is 9.5 AU in CM?

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95 cm = 0.95 meters

100 cm = 1 m .95 m = 95 cm

10 mm = 1 cm so 95 mm = 95/10 = 9.5 cm. Simple!

Divide by 10. 95/10 = 0.95 meters.

1 Astronomical Unit=1.49598 × 10^13 centimeters

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95 cm = 0.95 meters

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100 cm = 1 m so .95 m = 95 cm

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100 cm = 1 m .95 m = 95 cm

1 cm = 0.01 m So 95 cm = 0.95 m

1 meter is longer than 0.95 meters (95 cm).

They would be roughly 14.49 cm apart, given a major axis of 35.6 AU, and perihelion of about .58720 AU. I am assuming that distances from the foci at perihelion and aphelion will be equal or very close to equal. The major axis minus twice the distance at perihelion gives a distance of about 34.426 AU between foci. 35.6 AU is to 15 cm as 34.4 AU is to x cm. This gives about 14.49 cm as the proportional distance between foci with the major axis scaled down to 15 cm.

9.5 cm

10 mm = 1 cm so 95 mm = 9.5 cm. Simple!

1.03893 yards in 95 cm