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Q.  Which of the following arrangements of fins is more effective for the same base area? 1. Large number of closely spaced fins 2. Small number of thick fins

a. Arrangement 1
b. Arrangement 2
c. both the arrangements 1 and 2 are similarly effective
d. unpredictable


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