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(TEMPERATURE CHANGE) The rate at which the temperature of an object changes is proportional to the difference between its own temperature and the temperature of the surrounding medium. Express this rate as a function of the temperature of the object

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Damon
dT/dt = k (Tmedium  Town)

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shonda
the percent of decrease of temperature at noon 24f but now its 8f

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Kerman
Tha temperature at 6 p.m. Was 16 f, which was 9 f lower than the temperature at noon. What was the temperature at noon

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Anonymous
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jojo
At 9:00 AM, the temperature is 14°C. If the temperature drops 4°C per hour, what will the temperature be at 11:00 AM?

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chauques
This morning was 80 decrease outside the Temperature increased 12 degrees what is the temperature now

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Anonymous
At 7 AM the air was cool but by noon the temperature had increased 25° to 68 Fahrenheit what was the temperature at 7 AM

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Anonymous
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