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I have no idea on how to go about doing this question. For i) I know I can just x0.017 for each value but it’s very long. Someone explain the logic behind this please

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You literally explained it:

>I know I can just x0.017 for each value

So your first value is 65°

And then you said 65°·0.017

And then 65°·0.017·0.017

65°·0.017·0.017·0.017

Can these be written in a **shorter** way? If yes, how would you get the temperature difference after 7 minutes? 15 minutes? n minutes?

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