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Thermal Conductivity: Using the following equation, show the final equation needed to solve for each variable: Q/t = KA (T2 - T1)/L

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Thermal Conductivity:
K = thermal conductivity
A = cross section of the are of the heat flow
L = thickness of material
(T2 - T1) = temperature deference
Q = amount of heat transferred
t = time

Using the following equation, show the final equation needed to solve for each variable: Q/t = KA (T2 - T1)/L

Solve for:
K =
A =
L =
T2
T1
T2 - T1 =
Q =
t = ?

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Thermal Conductivity:
K = thermal conductivity
A = cross section of the are of the heat flow
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