Let's assume a universe like ours which after inflation expands decelerated and accelerated thereafter.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

How will the ratio Hubble length ##1/H## to scalefactor ##a## evolve over time? And how could one calculate the time dependence of this ratio.

Any help appreciated.

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# Time dependence of the Ratio Hubble length to scale factor

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