From the Wien displacement law, the temperature of the cosmic microwave background (CMB) is inversely proportionaly to the most intense wavelength. The wavelength of a CMB photon is proportional to Freidmann-Robertson-Walker scale factor . When the temperature of the CMB was times larger, must have been times smaller. This means that all lengths were smaller by a factor of . Therefore, answer (A) is correct.
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