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Posted by Anya on Tuesday, February 3, 2009 at 5:38pm.

Water boils at 100'C at sea level. High up in the mountains, water boils at a lower temperature. Why does it take longer to cook potatoes high up in the muontains than it does to cook potatoes at sea level?

I'm not sure, because isn't it colder in the mountains?

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