# Science experiment

During a Science experiment, a liquid was heated at the rate of 8 degrees Celsius per minute for 10 minutes. It was then allowed to lose heat at 6 degrees Celsius per minute. If the final temperature was 76 degrees Celsius, what was its temperature 16 minutes ago?

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