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Which of the following best describes the heat engine?
A. A heat engine works through the conversion of energy in the form of heat to mechanical work.
B. A heat engine works through the conversion of energy in the form of heat to chemical work.
C. A heat engine works through the conversion of energy in the form of cold temperatures to do mechanical work.
D. A heat engine works through the conversion of energy in the form of pressure to mechanical work.


I say b

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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heat_engine

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