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Posted: 18 September 2007 at 9:43am | IP Logged Quote Intelligence3

 

The amount of heat H(in joules) required to convert one gram of water into vapor is linearly related to the temperature T (in degreed Celcius) of the atmosphere. At 10 degrees celcius this conversion requires 2480 joules and each increase in temperature of 15 degrees lowers the amount of heat by 49 joules. Express H in terms of T

 

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