Temperature + fundamentals of Physics - examples

  1. Electrics - conductor
    wire_2 The wire is 106 meters long at 0 °C and at every temperature increase of 1 °C the length increases by 0.15 mm per 1 m length of wire. Determine a function which represents the overall length of the wire as a function of temperature. What is the length of t
  2. Warmer weather
    teplomer_1 This morning it was -6 °C. What temperature did the thermometer show yesterday if it was three times warmer?
  3. Exponential warm
    teplomer_6 Suppose that a body with temperature T1 is placed in surroundings with temperature T0 different from that of T1. The body will either cool or warm to temperature T(t) after time t, in minutes, where T(t)=T0 + (T1-T0)e^(-kt) . If jello salad with 30 degre
  4. Mixing water
    teplomer_17 The 30-liter container should we fill with water at 60 degrees Celsius. How many liters of water 80 degrees C hot and how many liters of water 20 degrees Celsius warm we have to mix?
  5. Outside temperature
    teplomer_13 The temperature outside was 57 degree Fahrenheit. During the next few hours it decreased by 18 degrees and then increased by 23 degrees. Find new temperature.
  6. Imagine
    cloudformation_mountains_small Imagine that a unit of air at a temperature of 25°C rises up a mountain range that is 3,000 meters high on the windward side and which descends to 1,200 meters on the leeward side, assuming that the air will remain dry what will its temperature when it cro
  7. Air thermal
    air_temperature Imagine that a unit of air rises at 3000 meters high, if temperature decreases 6 degrees celcius for every 1000 meter, what will be its temperature at 1400 meters, 2000 meters, 2500 meters and when it reaches the 3000 meter elevation. Starting temperature.

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