Problem: A refrigerator consumes 400 J of mechanical energy in one cycle. In one cycle the refrigerator expels 500 J of heat energy into the high-temperature reservoir. In one cycle the amount of that energy the refrigerator absorbs from the low-temperature reservoir is(a) 500 J(b) 200 J(c) 100 J(d) 1300 J(e) 1000 J(f) 900 J(g) none of the above answers

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A refrigerator consumes 400 J of mechanical energy in one cycle. In one cycle the refrigerator expels 500 J of heat energy into the high-temperature reservoir. In one cycle the amount of that energy the refrigerator absorbs from the low-temperature reservoir is

(a) 500 J

(b) 200 J

(c) 100 J

(d) 1300 J

(e) 1000 J

(f) 900 J

(g) none of the above answers

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