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How does a nuclear power plant produce energy?

A. Through solar panels

B. Through nuclear fission reactions

C. Through geothermal heat

D. Through nuclear meltdown reactions

I am not really sure what the answer is but I am thinking…c? Or I guess d?

asked by Jessica
  1. large nuclei split (fission) into smaller nuclei that have less binding energy

    the lost binding energy converts to heat through various processes

    posted by Scott
  2. It's c

    posted by Will

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