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I know that I have to use log to solve, but I am having a hard time with the word problems. Please help
Coffee is best enjoyed at a temperature of 121° F. A restaurant owner wants to discover the temperature T at which he should serve his coffee so that it will have cooled to this ideal temperature in 6 minutes. He discovers that a cup of coffee served at 198° F cools to 185° F in one minute when his restaurant is at 70° F. If he maintains the restaurant temperature at 70° F, at what temperature should he serve the coffee to meet his goal
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