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Fluid flows through a pipe with a velocity of 2.0 ft/s and isbeing heated, so the fluid

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Fluid flows through a pipe with a velocity of 2.0 ft/s and isbeing heated, so the fluid temperature T at axial position xincreases at a steady rate of 30.0 F/min. In addition, the fluidtemperature is increasing in the axial direction at the rate of 2.0 F/ft.Find the value of the material derivative DT/Dt at position x.

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