Since 400 is larger than 7, the answer is 0 times.
Yes. The sun is about 400 times larger than the moon by diameter and about 64 million times larger by volume.
The Sun's diameter is about 400 times as large as the Moon.
400 times greater
400 times bigger
In terms of diameter, the Sun is 400 times the Moon's diameter. It is also 400 times as far away and this means that the disk of the moon and the sun appear the same size when viewed from earth.
A hurricane is many times larger than a tornado. A typical tornado is between 50 and 300 yards wide. A typical hurricane is between 200 and 400 miles wide.
There is no number that is both smaller than 400 and larger than 600 - if it is smaller than 400 then it must be smaller than 600 since 400 is smaller than 600, similarly if it is larger than 600 then it must be larger than 400 since 600 is larger than 400. Assuming you mean larger than 400 and smaller than 600, then there are 199 such whole numbers than you can cube: 401, 402, 403, ..., 599 can all be cubed, giving 64481201, 64964808, 65450827, ..., 214921799. I guess that the question you are really asking is: What number between 400 and 600 is a perfect cube? The answer is 8³ = 512.
400 times (rounded)
The Sun is 400 times larger than the moon. Also, the Sun is 400 times farther away from the Earth than the moon. Put those two facts together make the moon appear as the same size as the Sun which comes in handy during an eclipse.
40 m is larger than 400 cm.40 m is equal to 4000 cm which is greater than 400 cm. 400 cm is only equal to 4 m.
No. The moon is about 400 times smaller than the Sun, which is an average star. Even the smallest stars are at least 50 times larger than the moon in diameter.
400% or 4 times larger.
4 times when India reached 400+ where Sehwagh scored 3 century.
400 yards is smaller than a kilometer. A kilometer is 1,093.61 yards.
Exactly 400 times
When things are closer to you, they can appear larger than objects which are comparatively bigger, but further away from you. Coincidentally, while the sun is about 400 times larger than the moon, it is also 400 times the distance away, meaning they look roughly the same size from here on earth.