# Science

In the simulation shown below, each insulated beaker contains equal amounts of the same fluid.The starting temperature of beaker A was 100.0 °C and the starting temperature of beaker B was 0.0 °C. Assuming no heat is lost, what is the best estimate of the temperatures of each beaker at 10 minutes?
A. Beaker A will be 82 °C and beaker B will be 18 °C.
B. Beaker A will be 72 °C and beaker B will be 28 °C.
C. Beaker A will be 64 °C and beaker B will be 36 °C.
D. Beaker A will be 50 °C and beaker B will be 50 °C.

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1. B. Beaker A will be 72 *C and beaker B will be 28 *C.

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