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The supermassive black hole at the center of the NGC 4261 galaxy is thought to have a mass of 1 billion suns. (a) Calculate its Schwarzschild radius and compare it with the size of our solar system. (b) How much time would this black hole take to evaporate by Hawking radiation?

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