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# The Terminal Velocity Of A Tiny Brass Sphere Of Radius r falling In A Viscous Liquid Is vr. What Will Be The Terminal Velocity Of A Brass Sphere Of Radius 2rfalling In The Same Liquid.

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The terminal velocity of a sphere of radius r and density  falling in a fluid of density  and viscosity  is given by

. Therefore, if is double, vtbecomes 4 times.

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