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Ali needs to fix plug inside the wall, he then buy a steel plug that is going to be placed in a ring made of aluminium. At 15 degree celcius, the diameter of the plug is 10.765 cm and that of the inside of the ring is 10.432 cm. What common temperature must both steel and aluminium be brought in order to fit?

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