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The energy flow per unit time per unit area (S) of an electromagnetic wave has an average value of 695 mW/m2. The wave is incident upon a rectangular area, 1.5 m by 2.0 m, at right angles. The total energy that traverses the area in a time interval of one minute is closest to:
A) 130 J
B) 250 J
C) 160 J
D) 220 J
E) 190 J
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