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R(v) = dE/dv = (8(pie)(h)(v^3)/ (c^3(e^(hv/kT-1))).

Recall that if you want the energy per unit wavelength, you cannot

simply replace the argument v with c/wavelength. Instead you must write

R(wavelength) = dE/dv = (dE/dv)(dv/d wavelength).

Evaluate R().

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