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Posted by StressedStudent on Wednesday, December 5, 2012 at 12:41am.

As the drawing shows, two thin strips of metal are bolted together at one end and have the same temperature. One is steel, and the other is aluminum. The steel strip is 0.062% longer than the aluminum strip. By how much should the temperature of the strips be increased, so that the strips have the same length?

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