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A brass ring of diameter 10.00 cm at 15.7°C is heated and slipped over an aluminum rod of diameter 10.01 cm at 15.7°C. Assume the average coefficients of linear expansion are constant.

(a) To what temperature must the combination be cooled to
separate the two metals?

°C

Is that temperature attainable?

Yes No

(b) What if the aluminum rod were 10.04 cm in diameter?

°C

Is that temperature attainable?

Answer #1

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**a) - 183 ^{o}C**

**b) Yes**

**c) -769 ^{o}C**

**d) No.**

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