Posted by **Alice** on Tuesday, April 22, 2008 at 8:12pm.

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Suppose that during a controlled experiment, the temperature in a beaker containing some chemical substance at time t is rising at a rate of (15/13)t^2-(7t) degrees centigrade per minute. If the temperature after 1 minute is measured to be 18.6 degrees C, what is the temperature in the test tube after 10 minutes?

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