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# Complete the table:JcalCalkWh225 J ___5.38 X 10-2 ISBN: 9780321910295 34

## Solution for problem 55P Chapter 3

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Problem 55P

Complete the table:

 J cal Cal kWh 225 J ___ 5.38 X 10-2 Cal ___ ___ 8,21 x 105 ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ 295 kWh ___ ___ 155 Cal ___
Step-by-Step Solution:

Solution 55P

Step 1:

Conversion of units can be done by a method called unit factor method based on the relationship between different units that expresses the same quantity.

Step 2:

The relation between J-cal, cal-Cal and Cal-kWh are given below:

1 J = 0.2389 cal

1 cal = 0.001 Cal

1 Cal = 0.00116 kWh

1 cal = 4.184 J

1 kWh = 860.05 Cal

1Cal = 1000 cal

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