*$m$* and radius *$r$*. Both have the same initial temperature. One of them rests on a thermally insulating horizontal plane and the other hangs from an insulating thread. Now equal amount of heat *$Q$* is given to each of the spheres as a result of which their temperature rises.

Find the absolute value of the difference in the final temperatures of the spheres **in Kelvins** rounded off to the nearest integer.

**Details and Assumptions:**

- All kinds of heat losses are negligible.
*$m=1\mbox{ kg}$**$r=1\mbox{ m}$**$g=10\mbox{ m/s}^{2}$**$Q=100\mbox{ J}$*- Coefficient of linear expansion of the material
*($\alpha$)=$10^{-6} \mbox{ K}^{-1}$* - Specific heat capacity of the material of the spheres
*$(C)$ = $2\times10^{-2} \mbox{ J K}^{-1} \mbox{ kg}^{-1}$*