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Part A Two stars, both of which behave like ideal blackbodies, radiate the same total energy per second. The cooler one has a su

Part A
Two stars, both of which behave like ideal blackbodies, radiate the
same total energy per second. The cooler one has a surface
temperature T and 3.5 times the diameter of the hotter star.
What is the temperature of the hotter star in terms of T?
IVO AQ
?
T/T =
Submit
Request Answer
Part B
What is the ratio of the peak-intensity wavelength of the hot star to the peak-intensity wavelength of the cool star?
VAZO
?
m (hot)
(cool)
Submit
Request Answer

Part A Two stars, both of which behave like ideal blackbodies, radiate the same total energy per second. The cooler one has a surface temperature T and 3.5 times the diameter of the hotter star. What is the temperature of the hotter star in terms of T? IVO AQ ? T/T = Submit Request Answer Part B What is the ratio of the peak-intensity wavelength of the hot star to the peak-intensity wavelength of the cool star? VAZO ? m (hot) (cool) Submit Request Answer

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