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Problem: Approximately how many times greater is the atmospheric pressure in Jupiter's core than on Earth's surface? A) 10 thousand B) 100 thousand C) 1 million D) 10 million E) 100 million

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The atmospheric pressure in Jupiter's core is about 100 million times greater than the atmospheric pressure on the Earth's surface.

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Approximately how many times greater is the atmospheric pressure in Jupiter's core than on Earth's surface? 

A) 10 thousand 

B) 100 thousand 

C) 1 million 

D) 10 million 

E) 100 million

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