M= gpe / gh

G= gpe / mh

H=gpe / mg

**Answer:**

Wouldn't 2.00 be 3 sig figs because zeros are considered after the decimal

**Answer:**

The current in the primary is 0.026 A

**Explanation:**

Using the formula

I1 = (V1/V2)*I2

we have

I1 = (6.4/120)*0.500

I1 = 0.026 A

Answer:

1767Kw

Explanation:

Velocity of wind = 10 m/s

diameter of the blades= 60m

ρ= air density = 1.25 kg/m3

Acceleration due to gravity= 9.81 m/s^2

Mechanical energy of the wind can be calculated using the expression below

Energy= (e*m)

= ρ V A e............eqn(1)

Where A= area

ρ= air density

e= wind energy per unit mass of air

e= (v^2)/2..........eqn(2)

If we substitute the values into eqn (2) we have

e= [(10)^2]/2

=50J/Kg

But Area=A= (πd^2)/4

Area= ( π× 60^2)/4

Area=2827.8m^2

If we input substitute the values into eqn (1) we have

Energy= 1.25 ×10 × 50×2827.8

=1767145.7W

We can convert to kilo watt

=1767145.7W/ 1000

= 1767Kw

Hence, the mechanical energy of air per unit mass and the power generation potential of a wind turbine is 1767Kw