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anonymous
 one year ago
Using Newton’s cooling model, what will the temperature of a cup of hot tea be 2 hours after it is poured if its initial temperature is 200°F, the surrounding temperature is 70°F, and the value for k is 0.6?
A) 130 degrees F
B) 109.16 degrees F
C) 109.76 degrees F
D)71.35 degrees F
E) 60 degrees F
anonymous
 one year ago
Using Newton’s cooling model, what will the temperature of a cup of hot tea be 2 hours after it is poured if its initial temperature is 200°F, the surrounding temperature is 70°F, and the value for k is 0.6? A) 130 degrees F B) 109.16 degrees F C) 109.76 degrees F D)71.35 degrees F E) 60 degrees F

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