The maximum power applied to the strain gage, Physics

You design a ¼-arm bridge circuit that provides the maximum possible efficiency, using a 15 V constant voltage power supply you have in your lab.  The circuit you design is shown at right, and provides an efficiency of 91%.  What is the maximum power that can be applied to the strain gage you used?

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