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Two pans of water are on different burners of the same stove. One pan of water is boiling vigorously while the other is boiling gently. Compare the temperature of the water in the two pans. (Are the temperatures the same, different, how?)

****PLEASE HELP!! it seems too easy!!!

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    Doesn't water boil at a constant temperature, 100C?

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    the temperature is the same because both of the pans contain water, according to the question I answered correctly

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