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Figure 18-25 shows three different arrangements of materials 1,2, and 3 to form a wall. The thermal conductivities are k1 > k2 > kJ The left side of the wall is 20 Co higher than (a) QUESTIONS 499 (b) (c) Fig. 1 8-25 Question 6. the right side. Rank the arrangements according to (a) the (steady state) rate of energy conduction through the wall and (b) the temperature difference across material 1, greatest first.

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