1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A Carnot freezer in a kitchen has constant temperature of 260k, while the air in the kitchen has a constant temperature of 300K. Suppose the insulation for the freezer is not perfect and energy is conducted into the freezer at a rate of .15 Watts. Determine the average power required for the freezer's motor to maintain the constant temperature in the freezer. 2. Relevant equations Qc/Qh=Tc/Th for a Carnot engine efficiency = (Th - Tc)/(Th) Work = Qh-Qc 3. The attempt at a solution I'm not really sure where to begin. It doesn't seem like I have enough formulas to tackle this problem.