what is the formula of temperature gradient?, Physics

The temp gradient is similar to finding the slope of a line (when in two dimensions)

Temp. Gradient= Change in Temp. value/Distance.

dT/dx = (T2 - T1)/(X2 - X1)

 

 

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TEMPRATURE GRADIENT IS NOTHING BUT CHANGE IN TEMPERATRURE PER UNIT LENGHT.

TG=(dt/dx).

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