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if a spherical medicine with radius r is broken down in to 1000 spherical small tablets then the css of original spherical medicine will become---- times

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1. since volume is a function of r^3, the radius will be 1/10 of the original (since 1000 = 10^3)

not sure what the css is, but maybe the above will help.

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