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Two thin strips of metal are bolted together at one end and have the same temperature. One is steel, and the other is aluminum. The steel strip is 0.10% longer than the aluminum strip. By how much should the temperature of the strips be increased, so that the strips have the same length?

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  1. ∆L= alpha L0 ∆T

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