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# Why is it incorrect to say that, when a hot object warms a

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Problem 18E

Why is it incorrect to say that, when a hot object warms a cold object, temperature flows between them?

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Solution 18E Step 1: Temperature is the degree of heat present in a substance. So, we cannot say temperature is flowing between a hot object and cold object. Actually, heat is flowing between a hot object and cold object. In fact, a hot object warms a cold object due to the heat flow between them. Conclusion: The hot object warms a cold object due to the heat flow between them not because of the temperature flow between them.

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