anonymous
  • anonymous
An inventor claims to have built a machine that can produce 120 J of work with an input of 110 J. Would you believe the inventor's claim? Why or why not?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
No. The maximum efficiency is 100%.
stormfire1
  • stormfire1
This question was also posted yesterday. You can't exceed 100% efficiency and the law of conservation of energy states that energy cannot be created or destroyed...so for the inventor's machine to do what he says, he'd be breaking a fundamental law of physics.
anonymous
  • anonymous
The inventor’s claim would be false because no machine can have an efficiency greater than 100% because output can not be more than input.

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