How can the universe be 93 billion light years across in size, if it is only 13.7 billion years old?

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Oct 9, 2016

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I am not answering your question. There might be quite many

Socratics who could answer, with facts and figures.

This is just to give my inference, from the two mismatching data.

93/2 = 46.5 is nearly 3.37 X 13.77. This means that, beyond Milky

Way, our universe is extant for 2.37 X 13.77 billion light years more.

The point of reference here is the Big Bang center.. .