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Re: [Phys-L] Ex: House Heating


Say what?

T is not “of the order 10^2” any more than my height is. And a 1% change in T results in the same percentage change in N.

John Mallinckrodt

On Nov 15, 2020, at 7:17 AM, Bob Sciamanda via Phys-l <> wrote:

Perhaps it should be noted that N is of the order 10^23 and T is of the
order 10^2. So a large RELATIVE increase in T results in a very tiny
RELATIVE decrease in N. Human comfort will be affected only by the change
in T.

Bob Sciamanda
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