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anonymous
 one year ago
the velocity of sound in the air is given by the equation =20(square root) 273+t , where the v is the velocity in meters per second and the t is the temp. in the degrees celsius. find the temp. when the velocity is 329 meters per second by graphing the equation . round to the nearest degree.
anonymous
 one year ago
the velocity of sound in the air is given by the equation =20(square root) 273+t , where the v is the velocity in meters per second and the t is the temp. in the degrees celsius. find the temp. when the velocity is 329 meters per second by graphing the equation . round to the nearest degree.

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anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0please help im struggling on this midterm
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