Suppose you are working in a patent office, and an inventor comes to you with the claim that her heat engine, which employs water as a working substance, has a thermodynamic efficiency of 0.61. She explains that it operates between energy reservoirs at 4°C and 0°C. It is a very complicated device, with many pistons, gears, and pulleys, and the cycle involves freezing and melting. Does her claim that e = 0.61 warrant serious consideration? Explain.