# Physics

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(True or False) One Kilowatt-hour is equal to the energy consumed by an electric device of 1 W for 1 hour

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(True or False) The cables used to transfer electric energy from the generating station to the consumers must be of low resistance to reduce losses due to joule heating.

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1.FALSE
The kilowatt-hour is a unit of energy equivalent to one kilowatt (!!!!) of power expended for one hour of time.
2.TRUE
The cables used to transfer electric energy from the generating station to the consumers must be of low resistance to reduce losses due to joule heating.

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Wow thank you Elena, Umm I might have more questions if you don't mind me asking them

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MM and Elena -- how does MM learn anything if someone gives him/her the answers?

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Ok then well Ms. Sue can you explain why it's true or false that way I'll get the jist of it

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Well nvm my quiz changed sigh

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Give your answers and we'll check them. It'll be useful for you.

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