Black Holes are some of the most mysterious objects in the known universe. In 1975, Stephen Hawking stated that Black Holes can behave as thermodynamical objects with a finite mass, spin, angular velocity, temperature, and entropy. This has been one of the most fascinating yet perplexing breakthroughs in our understanding of these strongly gravitating objects. In this context, the purpose of this research was to use Wolfram Mathematica to create a program that would calculate the thermodynamic properties of a black hole, given a certain metric.
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