A hot water heater heats water at the bottom but has hot water on top because of heat transfer by
conservation of energy.
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i got to different two answers which should i believe and why
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Maybe a review of your lesson on heat transfer would resolve the issue.
To be honest, it might be convection, but conduction is a direct transfer of heat through molecular action within the material. I am assuming water as the material and heat transfers as a result of molecular action. However UnkleRhaukus may have it right also.
conduction refers to heat transfer is solids
convection refers to heat transfer in fluids