Answer 2:
The difference between Saturn and Earth is
792,248,270 miles! That's a lot of miles, if one
where to drive a car between Earth and Saturn at a
typical speed limit of 60 miles an hour that would
take 550,172 days or 1507 years!
We can determine the distance between Earth and
Saturn by knowing the distance from the sun to
each planet.
Earth is 92,957,130 miles (or 149,600,000
kilometers) from the sun.
Saturn is 885,205,400 miles (or 1,424,599,999
kilometers) from the sun.
The distance between the Earth and Saturn is
the difference between Saturn's distance from the
sun and Earth's distance from the sun.
Mathematically "subtracting" is the same thing
as taking the difference so let us subtract (or
take the difference) between these two numbers.
Now we can write the math problem in a sentence
and also in numbers. That is:
The distance between the Earth and Saturn is
(is in math is the "equal" sign "=") the
difference (difference in math is the subtract
sign "") between Saturn's distance from the sun
(885,205,400 miles) and Earth's distance from the
sun (92,957,130 miles).
885,205,400 miles  92,957,130 miles =
792248270 miles!
That is how we determine the difference
between Saturn and Earth is 792,248,270 miles.
