Asked Oct 2, 2019

the formula for change in temoerature is final-intial right. am i correct


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Change in physical quantity is defined as difference between the final and initial values of a particular physical quantity.

Step 2

As temperature is a physical quantity, change in temperature can be given as difference between final and initial temperatures.

Change in temperature = Final temperature - Initial temperature

The above formula is valid only if the units for both final and initial ...

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