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Homework Help: Astronomy

Posted by Jenna on Sunday, September 25, 2011 at 11:30pm.

Star 'A' has twice the radius of star 'B'. The ratio of the surface area of star 'A' to the surface area of star 'B' is equal to

8
4pi
2
1/8
4

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