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 Post subject: Difficult question about Newtons law of cooling and heating?Posted: Tue, 29 Nov 2011 04:58:38 UTC
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Find the predicted temperature of the liquid after 1 hour. Given that the original temperature was 130 degrees, how many degrees did the temperature drop during the first hour? Find the predicted temperature of the liquid after 2 hours. How many degrees did the temperature drop during the second hour?

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 Post subject: Re: Difficult question about Newtons law of cooling and heatPosted: Tue, 29 Nov 2011 05:12:40 UTC
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Viking386 wrote:
Find the predicted temperature of the liquid after 1 hour. Given that the original temperature was 130 degrees, how many degrees did the temperature drop during the first hour? Find the predicted temperature of the liquid after 2 hours. How many degrees did the temperature drop during the second hour?

There is no way to determine this without the liquids associated constant.

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