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Suppose the room temperature is 67", and the temperature of a cup of coffee is 179 when it is placed on the counter. In 14 minutes, the coffee cools to 154". Use
Newton's Law of Cooling to determine how long it will take for the coffee to cool to 134. Round your answer to two decimal places, if necessary.

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Suppose the room temperature is 67", and the temperature of a cup of coffee is 179 when it is placed on the counter. In 14 minutes, the coffee cools to 154". Use Newton's Law of Cooling to determine how long it will take for the coffee to cool to 134. Round your answer to two decimal places, if necessary.

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