Use the curve given to you to find the value of the constants.
At time t = 3, the temperature is 18 C.
Find the value of k.
Then, use the equation again with the value of k you obtained and t = 5. FInd the value of U.
What do you get?
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A thermometer reading 11°C is brought into a room with a constant temperature of 20°C. If the thermometer
reads 18°C after 3 minutes, what will it read after being in the room for 5 minutes? Assume the cooling follows
Newton's Law of Cooling:
U = T + (U0 - T)e^kt.
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A thermometer reading 11°C is brought into a room with a constant temperature of 20°C. If the thermometer
reads 18°C after 3 minutes, what will it read after being in the room for 5 minutes? Assume the cooling follows
Newton's Law of Cooling:
(Round your answer to two decimal places.)
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