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Zehmil

  • 2 years ago

What function does a generator perform inside a power plant? A. The generator stores electrical energy for later use in homes and businesses. B. The generator transforms the mechanical energy of the turbine into electrical energy. C. The generator spins the turbine to create mechanical energy. D. The generator spins the turbine to create electrical energy.

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  1. theEric
    • 2 years ago
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    It makes electricity!! Do you have any ideas? A lot of multiple choice just takes elimination!

  2. theEric
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    Are you there, @Zehmil ?

  3. theEric
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    I'll give you a hint. And a suggestion. Suggestion: research generators. I think howstuffworks.com has a nice article. Hint: Generators take some motion or force, like turning a gear or cranking one of those crank flashlights. They use it by turning it into electricity.

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