# The function H=f(t) gives the temperature, H∘ F, of an object t minutes after it is taken out of the refrigerator and left to sit in a room.(a) Write a new function in terms of f(t) for the temperature if the object is taken out of the refrigerator 6 minutes later.Note that "H=" is already provided. Do not include this in your submitted response to this question. (b) Write a new function in terms of f(t) for the temperature if both the refrigerator and the room are 13∘ F colder.Note that "H=" is already provided. Do not include this in your submitted response to this question.

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The function H=f(t) gives the temperature, H∘ F, of an object t minutes after it is taken out of the refrigerator and left to sit in a room.

(a) Write a new function in terms of f(t) for the temperature if the object is taken out of the refrigerator 6 minutes later.

Note that "H=" is already provided. Do not include this in your submitted response to this question.

(b) Write a new function in terms of f(t) for the temperature if both the refrigerator and the room are 13∘ F colder.

Note that "H=" is already provided. Do not include this in your submitted response to this question.

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