Posted by **noah** on Tuesday, February 7, 2012 at 3:34am.

Determine a formula for the change in surface area of a uniform solid sphere of radius r if its coefficient of linear expansion is alpha A (assume constant) and its temperature is changed by Delta T.Assume the temperature chan ge is not large, Delta T^2 ~ 0.

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