A box of volume $V_0$ has a small hole of area $A_0$. The box initially has one mole of an ideal gas at $t = 0$, which is at an initial temperature $T (t = 0)$. Find the rate of energy flow through the hole as a function of temperature and other parameters.
I'm still reading chapters on kinetic theory, and this problem requires a derivation of pressure, and some sort of 1/6 or 1/4 factor. I still have a lot of reading before I can write anything down, I was wondering if anybody knows what this problem is about and can help. This isn't for any credit, but it is from a old study guide. Thanks.