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ranyai12

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Please Help!! A Michigan student is driving southeastward (passing Ann Arbor) at a speed of 45 miles/h and measures a temperature rise of 1 K/h. In addition, we observe that the air at a point 80 miles west-north-west (WNW) of Ann Arbor is 4 °C colder than in Ann Arbor. Assume that the temperature varies linearly in the WNW direction. What is the local temperature change in Ann Arbor?

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    @ghazi pleaassee help me!

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    @abstracted please help me!!!

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    @shahzadjalbani could you help?

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