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If Vx = 6.80 units and Vy = ?7.40 units, determine the

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Problem 4P

(I) If  units and  units, determine the magnitude and direction of .

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Solution 4P Step 1: Heat transfer from a body is directly proportional to the area of the body. Larger is the area of a body, larger will be the rate of heat transfer. The relevant Q mathematical equation for this is given as, t = K ×A×T/l , where K is thermal conductivity, A is area of cross-section the body concerned, T is temperature difference and l is thickness.

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Textbook: Physics: Principles with Applications
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Author: Douglas C. Giancoli
ISBN: 9780130606204

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