Yes, that's the answer in kilometres, and it's the same one that I've got.
34 x 10^13 km is correct as well.
If you take the speed of light to be 300,000 km/s, then a light year is 9.461 x 10^12 km - which looks roughly like what you put.
I get an answer of 36.3 l.y though - you might have typed a digit wrong somewhere, perhaps. Even a back-of-the-envelope type calculation gives an answer of at least 34, if you look closely.
i study at the university of abertay dundee and travel from edinburgh.
My coursework is from "horizons of science 1".
this module is concerned with the big bang, black holes, telecommunications and cosmological phenomena
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