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# If you drop a hot rock into a pail of water, the

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Problem 10E

If you drop a hot rock into a pail of water, the temperature of the rock and the water will change until both are equal. The rock will cool and the water will warm. Does this hold true if the hot rock is dropped into the Atlantic Ocean? Explain.

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Solution 10 E Step 1 : When u drop hot rock is dropped in Atlantic Ocean , since the Ocean is a vast source of water and has huge volume,heat from the rock will dissipate into the water but the the heat energy is too small to heat the whole Ocean The heat transfer to entire ocean is very small and irrelevant , so rock tends to get cool rapidly

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