Medical evidence shows that a small change in the radius of an artery can indicate a large change in blood flow. For example, if one artery has a radius only 5% larger than another, the blood flow rate is 1.22 times as large. Further information is given in the table below.
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c) Use parts (a) and (b) to answer the following question: How many times greater is the blood flow rate in an artery that is 16.64% larger in radius than another? (Round you answer to three decimal places.)