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May 12th, 2019, 05:40 PM   #1
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If a nuclear power plant was producing 350x10^6 watts of power before an explosion happened, calculate the amount of energy it was producing every 5 minutes. My thinking so far to the answer is p=E/t= E=pxt 350x10^6x300= 21GJ
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That should be 105 GJ.
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Okay, thanks! other than that did I solve it correctly?
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