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My son has a math problem to do and planets named Forux and Earth. Forux has 34 hours to complete the day 17 hours of light and 17 hours of dark. Earth has 12 hours of light and 12 hours of dark. With a 24 hour day. When is the next time they will come together at the name time again?

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17 Earth days or 12 Forex days time using a 24 hour clock.

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