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a
100kg person has a body temperature of 37 celsius. hypothermia
occurs at 35 celsius. he loses heat at a rate of 300 W to his
surrounds for two hours. use a specific heat of 3,500 kg-1 k-1 for
the human tissue.

if metabolic activity 280 w, find the change in the
temperature

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1 . A 100 kg person has a body temperature of 37°C. Hypothermia
occurs at 35°C . He loses heat at a rate of 300 W to his
surroundings for two hours . Use a specific heat of 3.500 j kg-1
k-1 for the humans tissue . If the metabolic for an activity is 280
W . Find the change in temperature for this activity.
a) 6.9 °C
b) 1.7 °C
c) 0.04 °C
d) 5.4 °C
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