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Okay, so the driver is going 45 miles every hour. The temperature rises 1 K/h, so every 45 miles, it rises 1 K, right?
we can think of this as a line where the slope is 1K/45 miles, the x-value is the distance from that spot 80 miles WNW of Ann Arbor
in fact, the assumption that the temperature varies linearly invites that very thought, because any linear equation can be written as y = mx + b, by definition, really
i thought youd have to use the equation dT/dt=DT/Dt=-U*gradientT
I'm still a little confused about the question here, though...
im assuming its temperature advection
what's the context of this question (what class)?
and its discusing dynamics
hmm...I think I'm going to have to bow out, I'm not confident at this point that I understand the question. sorry! at first it looked like this was just a simple application of slope of a line problem...
its ok thanks for trying though!