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Posted by steve on Monday, May 17, 2010 at 10:57pm.

In 2003, New Zealand households consumed a total of 153.6E+15 J of energy (the largest amount of any sector in the New Zealand economy). How many days would it take for the sun to put that amount of energy onto a region 20.0 km by 20.0 km (0.15 percent of New Zealand's total land area)? Assume that energy from the sun arrives at the surface of the earth with an average intensity of 1000.0 W/m2

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