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How does the surface area-to-volume ratio of
a 1-mm cube compare to the surface area-to-
volume ratio of a 3-mm cube?
1. The ratio does not change.
2. The ratio increases as the cube becomes
larger.
3. Increasing the volume increases the ra-
tio.
4. The 3 mm cube has a higher ratio.

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