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    Assume that a small town has a peak electrical demand of 105 MW, increasing at a compounded rate of 10% per year. The current generating capacity is 240MW.

    a) How soon will additional capacity be needed?
    b) If the new generator is designed to handle the load 5 years beyond the date above (a), what size should it be? Assume the current generators continue in use.

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