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# We wish to install a residential solar array at location Lat 400 N; Long 900W with...

We wish to install a residential solar array at location Lat 400 N; Long 900W with (a) fixed tilt angle (θ) or (b) adjustable θ. (a) Define and evaluate θ. (b) Specify the range on θ and the time interval (∆t) between θMAX and θMIN

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