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A particular engine has a power output of 6.00 kW and an efficiency of 26.0%. Assume the engine expels 6000 J of energy in each cycle.

(a) Find the energy absorbed in each cycle.

(b) Find the time required to complete each cycle.

P=W/delta t

e=W/Q

1kW=3.6x10^6J

Because the engine is expelling 6000J, does this mean it is negative? I'm not quite sure how to approach this problem.

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# Homework Help: Find the time required to complete each cycle

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