Physics
posted by Derp .
When a torch is brought 2 times closer, how many times brighter will it appear?
2
4
9
16
At first, I figured the answer would be the obvious (2), but then I secondguessed myself and figured 4

I think the answer is 4. The brightness is a function of the distance squared.
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