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**eriiin** Using Newton's Law of Cooling, I have to predict the time of death of a person.

H-R = Be^-kt is the relationship between the temperature of the body (H) and the constant room temperature (R), t is the time in hours since the body expired and k and B are the constants. Using that equation I have to determine the time of death.

When the murder is committed, the body, originally at 37'C, cools according to Newton's Law of Cooling, if the body is found at 9:30am the temperature of the body is 35'C and that temperature of the body is 30'C at 4:00pm. Assuming that the temperature of the surrounding air is a constant 20'C.

I know how to solve simpler exponential models, but I'm confused how to do this one.