# Question

(a) What is the resistance of an immersion-type heating coil if it is to generate 15 kJ of heat per minute when it is connected to a 120-V source?

(b) What would the coil’s resistance have to be if instead 10 kJ of heat per minute was desired?

(b) What would the coil’s resistance have to be if instead 10 kJ of heat per minute was desired?

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