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A cylindrical pin of diameter 20 cm, made of aluminum, does not fit through a 19.97cm circular hole in a copper plate. The pin and the copper plate both are initially at a temperature of 110 degrees C. At what temperature, in degrees C, does the cylindrical pin just fit into the circular hole of the copper plate if both the plate and the pin are cooled together?

Answer #1

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