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Two discrete spherical particles ($\text{P}$ and $\text{Q}$) of equal mass density are independently released in water. Particle $\text{P}$ and particle $\text{Q}$ have diameters of $0.5 \; \text{mm}$ and $1.0 \; \text{mm},$ respectively. Assume Stokes’ law is valid.

The drag force on partial $\text{Q}$ will be _____________ times the drag force on particle $\text{P}.$ (round off to the nearest integer)

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