1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Assume that you heat your home with a heat pump whose heat exchanger is at Tc = 2degrees celcius and which maintains the baseboard radiators at Th = 47 degrees celcuiys. If it would cost $1000 to heat the house for one winter with ideal electric heaters (which have a coefficient of performance of 1), how much would it cost if the actual coefficient of performance of the heat pump were 75% of that allowed by thermodynamics? 2. Relevant equations I understand that K = Th/(Th-Tc) 3. The attempt at a solution I converted the temperature to kelvin and solved for the ideal coefficient which was 7.11. 75% of that is 5.33. Equated this to Qh/Win and assumed that Qh is the same for both actual and ideal pump. I multiplied 1000 with 7.11/5.33 and got an answer of $1330. However the answer is incorrect. Can anyone help please?