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What is the purpose of a turbine in a power plant? A. It cools off the water. B. It absorbs excess heat. C. It spins to make the generator work. D. It uses electricity before the power lines get some.
The purpose of a turbine in a power plant is: it spins to make the generator work.
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The purpose of a turbine in a power plant is: it spins to make the generator work.
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