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    A reactor rated at 500 MW produces electricity at that rate, but there times as much head. How many complete fissions of uranium per sound are required to produce energy at that rate?

    Please Help, Have a physic test tomorrow =(
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hellooo View Post
    A reactor rated at 500 MW produces electricity at that rate, but there times as much head. How many complete fissions of uranium per sound are required to produce energy at that rate?

    Please Help, Have a physic test tomorrow =(
    Thanks.
    You'll probably get a better response if you include the equation(s) you think are necessary to find the final answer. Also, it seems "there times as much head" is supposed to be "three times as much heat"? And is "fissions of uranium per sound" supposed to be "fissions of uranium per second"?
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