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WHAT CONDITIONS ARE NECESSARY FOR A HEAT ENGINE TO HAVE AN EFFICIENCY OF 1.0? AND HOW DO THE TEMP OF COMBUSTION AND THE TEMP. OF COOLANT AND EXHAUST AFFECT THE EFFICIENCY OF AUTOMOBILE ENGIES?

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