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If the Energy Received by 5 M2 Area in 10 Minutes is 4200 Kj, Calculate the Value of Solar Constant. - CBSE Class 10 - Science

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Question

 If the energy received by 5 m2 area in 10 minutes is 4200 kJ, calculate the value of solar constant.

Solution

 Area = 5 m2
       Time = 10 min = 10 × 60 sec = 600 sec
       Energy = 4200 kJ
Therefore,
 solar constant = Energy/(Time × Area)
                        = 4200/(5 × 600) kJ/s/m2
                        = 4200/(3000) kJ/s/m2
                         =1.4 kJ/s/m2
                          =1.4 kW/m2

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