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    Application Type question

    Hi guys

    I'm having trouble with this question from the text book

    The power P produced by a wind turbine is proportional to the cube of the wind speed S. A wind speed of 44km per hour produces a power output of 750 kilowatts. find the out for a wind speed of 65 km per hour.


    hi so to solve this do i just devide 750 by 44 which gives 17.045 and then do i do something with that like multiply it by 65.


    Please help
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    Re: Application Type question

    Quote Originally Posted by iFuuZe View Post
    Hi guys

    I'm having trouble with this question from the text book

    The power P produced by a wind turbine is proportional to the cube of the wind speed S. A wind speed of 44km per hour produces a power output of 750 kilowatts. find the out for a wind speed of 65 km per hour.


    hi so to solve this do i just devide 750 by 44 which gives 17.045 and then do i do something with that like multiply it by 65.


    Please help
    750 : 44 = P : 65 \Rightarrow P = \frac {750 \cdot 65}{44}
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