The two stars have the same mass, apparent magnitude, and angular diameter. In this case, the first star is twice as far as the second

The two stars have the same mass, apparent magnitude, and angular diameter. In this case, the first star is twice as far as the second. How do their average densities and temperatures relate?

The density of the first star is 8 times less; temperatures are the same.

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