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# Assume all temperatures to be exactA large window measures 1.7 by 3.2 m.

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Part A.) At what rate will heat be conducted through the window when the room temperature is 19

∘C and the outside temperature is -5 ∘C if the window consists of a single pane of glass 4.4 mm

thick. (Assume that there is a constant temperature difference and consider conduction only.)

Part B.) At what rate will heat be conducted through the window when the room temperature is 19

∘C and the outside temperature is -5 ∘C if the window instead has a double pane of glass (a "thermopane"), in which each pane is 2.0 mm

thick, with an intervening air space of 1.5 mm? (Assume that there is a constant temperature difference and consider conduction only.)

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