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## X \frac{joule}{cm^2 \, 3600 \, seconds}= X \cdot \, ( \frac{10^4}{3600}) \frac{joule}{m^2 \, sec} =X (\frac{10^4}{3600}) \frac{watt}{m^2}=[X (\frac{25}{9})]\frac{ Watt}{m^2}## . ## \\ ##

Note: 3600 seconds=1 hour ## \\ ##

So you multiply your number by ## \frac{25}{9} ## to get the value with the new units.

Note: 3600 seconds=1 hour ## \\ ##

So you multiply your number by ## \frac{25}{9} ## to get the value with the new units.

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