Posted by **Jenny** on Monday, March 22, 2010 at 1:03am.

A solar panel (an assemblage of solar cells) measures 58 cm x 53 cm. When facing the Sun, this panel generates 2.7 A at 14 V. Sunlight delivers an energy of 1.0×10^3 W/m^2 to an area facing it. What is the efficiency of this panel, that is, what fraction of the energy in sunlight is converted into electric energy?

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