Problem: The power radiated by a star is 8.0 x 1030 W. What is the intensity of the radiation from this star at a distance of 1.0 x 1012 m from the star?(a) 8.0 x 1018 W/m2(b) 8.0 x 106 W/m2(c) 2.5 x 106 W/m2(d) 6.4 x 105 W/m2(e) 3.2 x 105 W/m2(f) none of the above answers

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The power radiated by a star is 8.0 x 1030 W. What is the intensity of the radiation from this star at a distance of 1.0 x 1012 m from the star?

(a) 8.0 x 1018 W/m2

(b) 8.0 x 106 W/m2

(c) 2.5 x 106 W/m2

(d) 6.4 x 105 W/m2

(e) 3.2 x 105 W/m2

(f) none of the above answers

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