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A copper kettle contains water at 24.2 °C. When the water is heated to 87.3 °C, the volume of the kettle expands by 7.34 x 10-5 m3. Determine the volume of the kettle at 24.2 °C.

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    changeinVolume=orgVolume*coeffvolumeexpansion*deltaTemp

    where the coefficient of volume expansion is 3*coefficentlinearexpansionCu = 3*16.1E-6

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