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# E the actual thermal conductvity of copper is 385w mk

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e) The actual thermal conductvity of copper is 385W/ (m*°K). My answer is significantly greater than the actual thermal conductivity that I got from the internet. T 1 =Initial Temperature(°F) T 2 =Final Temperature(°F) 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 0.0E+00 1.0E+04 2.0E+04 3.0E+04 4.0E+04 5.0E+04 6.0E+04 f(x) = - 62.9329037516x + 44150.9117693084 Temperature X Rate of Heat Conduction dT(°C) K(W/(m*°C))

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Problem Description Problem 2: INPUTS CALCULATIONS: Fossil Fuel Energy Consumption World Development Indicators Continents East Asia & Pacific European Union Latin America & Caribbean Middle East & North Africa North America South Asia Sub-Saharan Afica Descriptive Statistics for Fossil Fuel Energy Consumption Continent Code EAS EUU LCN MEA NAC SAS SSF Count Minimum Maximum Range Mean Median Mode Variance Standard Deviation 1990 77.04777548 82.0184945 70.8520058 97.96968414 85.16273729 52.1472592 40.65091812 7 40.65091812 97.96968414 57.31876602 72.2641249329 77.04777548 #VALUE! 391.87637091 19.795867521 1991 76.69165085 81.61860108 71.29772811 97.84808337 84.37540828 53.22043079 41.18037467 7 41.18037467 97.84808337 56.6677087 72.3188967357 76.69165085 #VALUE! 373.01767726 19.3136655572 1992 77.26952555 80.92743644 71.97570658 98.0766664 84.37671795 54.26389705 39.42396489 7 39.42396489 98.0766664 58.65270151 72.3305592657 77.26952555 #VALUE! 385.94096903 19.6453803483 1993 77.77898739 80.09887358 72.00782076 98.16853176 84.76258577 55.29819456 40.26172866 7 40.26172866 98.16853176 57.9068031 72.6252460686 77.77898739 #VALUE! 371.69930063 19.279504678 1994 78.34774936 79.98864537 72.56858363 98.25577129 84.46847061 56.27345827 39.14641708 7 39.14641708 98.25577129 59.10935421 72.7212993729 78.34774936 #VALUE! 378.71734425 19.4606614545 1995 78.80596849 80.06356956 72.32945656 98.44957494 84.15351636 58.18549369 39.65006817 7 39.65006817 98.44957494 58.79950677 73.0910925386 78.80596849 #VALUE! 364.62736178 19.0952182962 1996 79.17886264 79.89906162 72.99705325 98.38760976 84.2655793 59.18709428 39.41852574 7 39.41852574 98.38760976 58.96908402 73.3333980843 79.17886264 #VALUE! 362.49218461 19.0392275214 1997 79.21959191 79.2772862 73.51946112 98.48588398 85.26775456 60.02003537 39.454579 7 39.454579 98.48588398 59.03130498 73.6063703057 79.21959191 #VALUE! 361.59775447 19.0157238745 1998 78.65241732 79.38783358 74.33474867 98.44471144 85.06429697 60.28177989 38.55058309 7 38.55058309 98.44471144 59.89412835 73.5309101371 78.65241732 #VALUE! 369.00979738 19.2096277261 1999 79.14093083 79.0184035 74.19361573 98.45905246 84.76685524 61.70835584 38.90488228 7 38.90488228 98.45905246 59.55417018 73.7417279829 79.0184035 #VALUE! 358.01772041 18.9213561989 2000 79.40222705 78.82785183 74.58910518 98.5527593 84.89943075 61.9231658 38.23583901 7 38.23583901 98.5527593 60.31692029 73.7757684171 78.82785183 #VALUE! 366.50800204 19.1443987118 2001 79.67136405 78.60324873 74.87017936 98.58243833 85.31926455 61.89914135 38.89749122 7 38.89749122 98.58243833 59.68494711 73.9775896557 78.60324873 #VALUE! 360.85781542 18.9962579321 2002 80.49179002 78.44324864 74.38326268 98.54422132 85.1404 62.41083603 38.01143368 7 38.01143368 98.54422132 60.53278764 73.9178846243 78.44324864 #VALUE! 369.66640426 19.2267106978 2003 82.02685959 78.44153081 73.78026757 98.5268606 85.26115788 62.68103075 39.08861555 7 39.08861555 98.5268606 59.43824505 74.2580461071 78.44153081 #VALUE! 359.8407059 18.9694677284 2004 82.81257164 78.15869516 73.70912123 98.31071152 84.9794936 63.73706123 39.91549387 7 39.91549387 98.31071152 58.39521765 74.5175926071 78.15869516 #VALUE! 345.30115078 18.5822805593 2005 83.25812572 77.86630078 73.65908518 98.21312556 84.88309212 64.14182984 39.62883923 7 39.62883923 98.21312556 58.58428633 74.52148549 77.86630078 #VALUE! 347.02518695 18.6286120512 2006 83.90477106 77.64040935 73.72159204 98.30858303 84.4758817 64.97713589 38.91960378 7 38.91960378 98.30858303 59.38897925 74.5639966929 77.64040935 #VALUE! 353.65091952 18.805608725 2007 84.74258233 77.38005986 73.02783408 98.40849356 84.5183517 66.119215 39.59885694 7 39.59885694 98.40849356 58.80963662 74.8279133529 77.38005986 #VALUE! 345.82176652 18.596283675 2008 84.54207042 76.63938011 73.42060698 98.70906947 83.90387389 67.11161856 40.94823835 7 40.94823835 98.70906947 57.76083112 75.0392653971 76.63938011 #VALUE! 326.56172393 18.0710188956 2009 84.66285418 75.40134784 73.29735119 98.75004319 83.1697043 69.00629677 39.85474935 7 39.85474935 98.75004319 58.89529384 74.8774781171 75.40134784 #VALUE! 333.0412507 18.2494178182 2010 85.22591944 74.92975406 73.71404923 98.63541336 83.21458242 69.26258022 39.57983074 7 39.57983074 98.63541336 59.05558262 74.9374470671 74.92975406 #VALUE! 336.63652456 18.3476571954 2011 86.55862883 74.22095302 73.72540898 98.64276483 82.7165177 69.37536858 39.15803884 7 39.15803884 98.64276483 59.48472599 74.9139543971 74.22095302 #VALUE! 345.09820043 18.5768188997 2012 86.77033317 73.37835164 74.38074255 98.57033306 82.45635293 70.2848952 38.64844816 7 38.64844816 98.57033306 59.9218849 74.9270652443 74.38074255 #VALUE! 349.39034397 18.6919860894 2013 86.6716319 72.49257409 74.32085885 98.6259152 81.85905097 70.1034217 38.25525623 7 38.25525623 98.6259152 60.37065897 74.6183869914 74.32085885 #VALUE! 353.55652203 18.8030987349 2014 86.33699473 71.14504506 73.51065804 98.65312301 81.86517629 71.25354522 39.75250989 7 39.75250989 98.65312301 58.90061312 74.6452931771 73.51065804 #VALUE! 334.62465069 18.2927485822 Alternative and Nuclear Energy Data Continents East Asia & Pacific European Union Latin America & Caribbean Middle East & North Africa North America South Asia Sub-Saharan Africa
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