If W is the amount of work done in blowing a bubble of volume, V, what will be the amount of work done to blow a bubble of volume 8 V?
Work done to below a bubble of radius r is
In terms of volume,
, we have
Now, work done to blow a bubble of volume 8 V is
= 4 W.
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