Unformatted text preview: this a a potential Nobel-winning discovery?
A. Yes. Entropy has never been seen to spontaneously decrease in a closed system.
B. No. Entropy fluctuations are not unusual in very small systems.
C. No. Entropy naturally tends to decrease with time. 4 (c) [3pt] One of the glass windows (
W/m∙C) in your house has an area of 1.21 m2
and a thickness of 5 mm. When the temperature difference between its surfaces is 25 C, at
what rate is energy transferred through the window?
A. 2.66 kW B. 3.13 kW C. 4.84...
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- Spring '12