Conductive and convective resistance - surface of the sphere, Physics

Show that the Nusselt number for a sphere in a quiescent fluid is 2.

Hint: Write the thermal resistance for the outer surface of the sphere in terms as both conductive and convective resistances, and then equate the two.

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