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Posted by ricardo on Thursday, February 7, 2013 at 4:27pm.

The temperature increase of an object depends on:
a. its mass
b. its velocity
c. the material from which it is made
d. answers a and c
e. none of the above

On a night at the beach, which would you expect to cool faster: the ocean water or the beach sand? Explain your answer

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