Under standard atmospheric conditions, water will not remain a liquid if its temperature is less than or equal to 0°C or if it is

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Under standard atmospheric conditions, water will not remain a liquid if its temperature is less than or equal to 0°C or if it is greater than or equal to 100°C. Suppose you have a cup of water that is room temperature, or 20°C.

a. Write a compound inequality to represent the number of degrees of Celsius c that the temperature of the cup must change to longer be liquid.

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Helga 1 month 2022-12-22T09:27:04+00:00 1 Answer 0 views 0

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  1. Answer: +80°C or -20°C
    Step-by-step explanation:
    This is the answer because if you add 80 then it will equal 100°C and freeze and if 20°C is taken away it will equal 0°C and freeze.

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