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Homework 24
13 November, 2013
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1. (12 points) Newton’s law of cooling (or warming) states that the rate of change of tein—
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Suppose an object at 00 C is placed in a room where the temperature is 30&deg; C. If the
temperature of the 01) ject is 12&deg; C after 1 hour, how long will it take for the object to
reach 27&deg; C?
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