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betty10537

  • one year ago

Two people are shown talking about how much they like iced tea. Person 1 argues that iced tea is better at room temperature (i.e., 20℃). Person 2 argues that iced tea is better at 0℃. To settle their argument, they decide to reduce the temperature of a pitcher of iced tea from 20℃ to 0℃ and compare the taste at both temperatures. The video pauses here to allow students to hypothesize what will happen as the temperature of the iced tea is reduced from 20℃ to 0℃. Helppp :(

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  1. tomtom547
    • one year ago
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    what is the question?

  2. shahid.dwnp
    • one year ago
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    The liquid iced tea (20 degree Celsius) turn to solid state in 0 degree Celcius!

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