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The rate of heat radiation from two patches of skin each of area s on a patients chest differ by 2%. If the patch at lower temperature is at 300K and the emissivity of both the patches is assumed to be unity ,the temperature of the other patch is

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Answer is 301.5 K. Just take log on both sides of Stefan's law and differentiate.

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TopNewestAnswer is 301.5 K. Just take log on both sides of Stefan's law and differentiate.

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@Raghav Vaidyanathan @Pranjal Jain @Rohit Shah

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