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When n = energy efficiency and Pin = energy input and Pout = energy output, how can you mathematically represent the correct relationship between the energy you put in something and the energy you get out?
A. n = P out * P in
B. n = P out / P in
C. n = P out  P in
 one year ago
 one year ago
When n = energy efficiency and Pin = energy input and Pout = energy output, how can you mathematically represent the correct relationship between the energy you put in something and the energy you get out? A. n = P out * P in B. n = P out / P in C. n = P out  P in
 one year ago
 one year ago

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Efficiency is the ratio of what we get (out) to what we pay for (in)
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