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Newton's law of cooling applies to objects that: (a) cool. (b) warm up. (c) Both. (d) Neither.

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Newton's law of cooling applies to objects that:

(a) cool.

(b) warm up.

(c) Both.

(d) Neither.

Newton's law of cooling

According to Newton's law of cooling, the rate of temperature change is equal to the temperature difference of the object and its local surroundings. The condition for applying this law is that the temperature difference should be small.

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