Problem 1.3, Seventh edition


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Nikki Bych 1I
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Problem 1.3, Seventh edition

Postby Nikki Bych 1I » Thu Oct 18, 2018 10:37 am

So in 1.3, ultimately you are supposed to convert your Joules into Js^-1=watts. I have the joules produced (753.669), but from here do I multiply by hertz to get Js^-1? Thank you!

Nicholas Carpo 1L
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Re: Problem 1.3, Seventh edition

Postby Nicholas Carpo 1L » Thu Oct 18, 2018 12:25 pm

Because this problem states that the given values produced occur "in each second", the value for watts and joules would be the same (aside from the difference in units).


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