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Example 2: Find the maximum emitted radiation wavelength for an object with a temperature of 250 K. aJAma,-(2898 μm K ) / T b.)Amax (2898 um K)/(250 K) The Kelvin (K) value is found in both the numerator and denominator, and cancels out as the numerical value of 2898 is divided by 250; um are the only units remaining. c.) λ max-11.59 μm is your final answer. Now, using the formula and concepts above, answer the following questions:Question 4 Given that the Earths globally averaged surface temperature is 288 K, what is the wavelength of maximum emission from the Earth? O A1.06 micrometers O B 10.06 micrometers ° C 0.099 micrometers O D 0.99 micrometers O E 8.35 micrometers OF 83.45 micrometersQuestion 5 Given that the Suns surface temperature is approximately 5780 K, what is the wavelength wavelength of maximum emission from the Sun? O A 0.50 micrometers O B 5.0 micrometers O C1.99 micrometers O D 19.94 micrometers O E 1.68 micrometers OF16.75 micrometers

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