# Question

When running, a refrigerator exhausts heat to the kitchen at a rate of 10 kW when the required input work is done at a rate of 3.0 kW.

(a) At what rate is heat removed from its cold interior?

(b) What is the COP of the refrigerator?

(a) At what rate is heat removed from its cold interior?

(b) What is the COP of the refrigerator?

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