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In a neat and organized fashion, write out a solution which includes the following:
If this fan is run continuously, how long will it take for the batteries to run out of energy? Clearly show all steps, starting from generalized equations. Explain your mathematical work in words. Your explanation should cover both what you did and the thought process behind why you did that.
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