# Calculations with Wien's Law & the Stefan-Boltzmann Law

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### Rewrite the given constant sigma 5.67 X 10^-8 J/(s m^2 K^4) in the Stefan-Boltzmann law using watts and knowing that a superscript of -1 means you are dividing by that specific quantity.

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### 2. If a star the same size as our sun has a temperature that is 10 times hotter than the surface of the sun, then:

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This quiz and corresponding worksheet will help you gauge your understanding of how to use Wien's Law and the Stefan-Boltzmann Law. Topics you'll need to know to pass the quiz include understanding how to rewrite the given constant sigma in the Stefan-Boltzmann Law as well as knowing the relationship between temperature and wavelength.

## Quiz & Worksheet Goals

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• How to rewrite the given constant sigma in the Stefan-Boltzmann Law
• The relationship between temperature and wavelength
• The calculation of a star's output relative to the sun
• The fundamental characteristics of Wien's Law
• The fundamental characteristics of the Stefan-Boltzmann Law

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To learn more about the characteristics of these two laws, review the corresponding lesson on Calculations with Wien's Law & the Stefan-Boltzmann Law. This lesson covers the following objectives:

• Describe the idea behind Lambda max
• Identify how to rewrite the given constant sigma in the Stefan-Boltzmann Law
• Know the relationship between temperature and wavelength
• Learn the calculation of a star's output relative to the sun
• Appreciate the fundamental characteristics of Wien's Law
• Understand the fundamental characteristics of the Stefan-Boltzmann Law
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