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In your room are things such as tables, chairs and other people. Which of these things has a temperature lower than air? Greater than air? And equal to the temperature of air?

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    People have a temperature above room temperature. Inanimate objects are equal to room temperature, eventually. It takes time for the temperatures to become equal, if they start out unequal.

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