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zarkam21:

B?

1 year ago
zarkam21:

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1 year ago
TheSmartOne:

Q=mc deltaT Delta T = Q/mc If we put a bigger number for c, what happens to Delta T

1 year ago
zarkam21:

increases

1 year ago
TheSmartOne:

Compare 3/3 to 3/5 Is it increasing or decreasing

1 year ago
zarkam21:

oh decreasing

1 year ago
TheSmartOne:

Yes So delta T = Q/mc And Q and m are constant so we're looking at Delta = some constant/c So to get the smallest Delta T, do we want a large or small c value

1 year ago
zarkam21:

large

1 year ago
zarkam21:

O water

1 year ago
TheSmartOne:

So what's your answer now

1 year ago
zarkam21:

water?

1 year ago
TheSmartOne:

Good job :)

1 year ago
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