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Posted by cynthia on Tuesday, April 21, 2009 at 1:01pm.

a bimetallic compound strip of brass and iron is 10cm long at 20C. When heated over a Bunsen burner flame the temperature of the brass rises to 800C and the iron to 750C. Calculate the difference in lengths of the iron and brass. (Ignore the bending effect)...please help

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