# Question

(a) Show that for the Kelvin temperature range

(b) For room temperature, what percentage error would result from using this estimation to determine the Kelvin temperature?

(c) For a typical stellar interior temperature of 10 million oF, what is the percentage error in the Kelvin temperature? (Carry as many significant figures as needed.)

(b) For room temperature, what percentage error would result from using this estimation to determine the Kelvin temperature?

(c) For a typical stellar interior temperature of 10 million oF, what is the percentage error in the Kelvin temperature? (Carry as many significant figures as needed.)

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