# Physics

coin and a piece of glass are both heated to 60 degrees celsius which will be warmer when you touch it ?

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1. I tried to answer this below but coin was misspelled
coin has higher heat transfer, will het your finger up faster.

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posted by Damon
2. can you answer it now ? today is our deadline no late works will be accepted:(

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posted by Anonymous

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