# Cosmology

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The universe is homogeneous and isotropic on:

- large scales (more than 100 Mpc)
- neither small nor large scales
- small scales (less than 100 Mpc)
- both small and large scales

• Cosmology -

large scales (more than 100 Mpc)

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