Asked Dec 23, 2019

Can you warm a kitchen by leaving the door of a hot oven open? Explain.


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Yes. It is possible to warm the kitchen by leaving the door of a hot oven open.

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The oven heats the oven cavity by converting electrical energy into heat energy using the heating coils. If the oven do...

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