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# Problem P. 4691. (December 2014)

P. 4691. The total cost of building the Solar Park at Újszilvás was 618 million Forints. The peak power output of the park is 400 kW, and it generated 685 MWh electrical energy in the first complete year, after establishing it. The peak power output of the nuclear power station at Paks is 2000 MW and in 2013 it generated 15.37 TWh electrical energy.

$\displaystyle a)$ How can it be reasoned that the ratio of the peak powers is not the same as the ratio of the annual energy generation?

$\displaystyle b)$ What would the total cost of replacing the nuclear power station at Paks to solar parks be?

(4 pont)

Deadline expired on January 12, 2015.

### Statistics:

 64 students sent a solution. 4 points: Berta Dénes, Büki Máté, Fehér Balázs, Holczer András, Kasza Bence, Koch Lilla, Marosvári Kristóf, Molnár 157 Marcell, Rózsa Tibor, Szűcs Kilián Ádám, Tanner Martin, Tihanyi Áron, Valus Dávid. 3 points: 44 students. 2 points: 6 students. 1 point: 1 student.

Problems in Physics of KöMaL, December 2014