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How do you calculate BTU per hour?

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Theresa Perry on September 12, 2018

The only way to do this is to use the information that you have, to calculate what one has not. Without knowing what information you have, we do not know how to use it for help you find the information that you do not have. In some situations, it is possible to find this information useful: . BTU per hour = 60 x (BTU per minute) = 3,600 x (BTU per second) .

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