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Star A has twice the intrinsic visual luminosity as Star B, and Star A is twice as far from Earth as Star B. How will the flux received from each star compare as recorded by a certain telescope on Earth?



The flux from Star A will equal the flux from Star B.



The flux from Star A will be twice the flux from Star B.



The flux from Star A will be half the flux from Star B.



The flux from Star A will be one-quarter the flux from Star B.

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