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anonymous
 one year ago
The geothermal gradient of north Texas is 29 degrees C/km, and the crust of the earth here is about 35km thick. What is the temperature at the base of the crust below Dallas assuming the temperature is 10 degrees Celsius and that temperatures increases linearly with depth?
anonymous
 one year ago
The geothermal gradient of north Texas is 29 degrees C/km, and the crust of the earth here is about 35km thick. What is the temperature at the base of the crust below Dallas assuming the temperature is 10 degrees Celsius and that temperatures increases linearly with depth?

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