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if two cups of tea one at 80 degrees
and one at 50 d are placed in a cold room what one would get to room temp first and why won't they fall to 0 d i think q1 is 50 d am i right
thanks so much

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Yes,the cooler gets closer sooner. Read about Newton's law of cooling. Your question, why wont they fall to zero? Is the room that cold?

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