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# how do I find an answer to an equation using watts and meters?

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how do I find an answer to an equation using watts and meters?

Equation looks like this:

6.9*10^36 Watts / 4π (5.68* 10^16 meters)^2

How can I put this into the calculator to get the answer needed?

It is supposed to simply to be 1.7*10^2 watts/meters

Sep 11, 2023

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Yes.....that is correct....

(6.9 x 10^36)  /  [ 4 pi *( 5.68 x 10^16)^2 ]    =  170.19    or     1.70 x 10^2  watts/ m2         ... when I use my calculator.....  (NOTE: it is w/m   NOT   w/m )

(6.9 x 10^36 ) / [4pi ( 3.22624 x 10^33) ]  = 170.19

Sep 11, 2023
edited by ElectricPavlov  Sep 11, 2023
edited by ElectricPavlov  Sep 11, 2023

#1
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Yes.....that is correct....

(6.9 x 10^36)  /  [ 4 pi *( 5.68 x 10^16)^2 ]    =  170.19    or     1.70 x 10^2  watts/ m2         ... when I use my calculator.....  (NOTE: it is w/m   NOT   w/m )

(6.9 x 10^36 ) / [4pi ( 3.22624 x 10^33) ]  = 170.19

ElectricPavlov Sep 11, 2023
edited by ElectricPavlov  Sep 11, 2023
edited by ElectricPavlov  Sep 11, 2023