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The volume of brass increase as a result of heat by 0.6%, by how many degree was the vessel heated

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  1. deltaV=V coefficentvolumeexpan*deltaTemp

    deltaTemp=.006/coefficentV

    coefficent of volume expansion for brass is about57E-6

    deltatemp=.--6/57E-6 = about 105 degC

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