# What does the Q represent in the COP equation for a refrigerator?

It repressents the Heat Transfer rate, in kW, Btu/hour etc...

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## How to Convert a Slope-Intercept Form Equation Into a General Linear Equation?

When writing linear equations, you can use either the slope-intercept form or general form. The advantage of slope-intercept form, or y = mx + b, is that you can immediately see the slope, m, and t...
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## How to Change a Point-Slope Equation to a Slope-Intercept Equation?

"Every fool is a prophet in his own land." This is another way of saying there's always another side to every story or situation. It's often the same in mathematics. The expression (-1/3) x (-9/3),...
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## Do refrigerator magnets increase the energy consumption of a refrigerator due to induction?

Answer No.A refrigerator magnet does not have a strong enough magnet field to affect your motor. Also the motor is mounted either at the top of bottom of your fridge. Far enough away from the outsi...
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## How do you keep ice from forming on the back wall and top of the refrigerator portion of a refrigerator-freezer?

Answer You didn't say how old the freezer is. However, what usually causes this is loading your freezer too tight with food (no air circulating) or accidently leaving the door ajar (this happens ...
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