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Two parallel, aligned disks, 0.4 m in diameter and separated by 0.1 m, are located in a large room whose walls are maintained at 300 K. One of the disks is maintained at a uniform temperature of 500 K with an emissivity of 0.6, while the back side of the second disk is well insulated. If the disks are diffuse, gray surfaces, determine the temperature of the insulated disk.
So far, we have always used base 10 for a logarithmic transformation. The reason for this is that our number system is based on base 10 and it is therefore easy to logarithmically transform numbers of the form . . . , 0.01, 0.1, 1, 10, 100, 1000, . . . when we use base 10. Use the indicated base to logarithmically transform each exponential relationship so that a linear relationship results. Then use the indicated base to graph each relationship in a coordinate system whose axes are accordingly transformed so that a straight line results. y=3−x; base 3