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I don't have a themometer ok
e.g. equal volumes would result in a temperature of 54C?
Or does thermodynamics and specific heat and shit like that not work in that way?
I'm asking you!
((T1 x m1)+(T2 x m2))/(m1+m2)
Gives you two litres of 50 degrees water?
seems pretty obvious that that's the case, no? it's just the mean temperature of each ml
B) are you making this up?
b) I don't think so
the combined masstemperatures over the total mass
suspect the temperatures would have to be in Kelvin though
kelvin at the absolute. know which one I'm trusting with my generalised rules of physics
now I realise the average will still be an accurate mean even when shifted down 237 degrees
this is a maths problem not a physics problem, because there's nothing about the physical properties of the material that causes it to behave other than directly proportionally.
considered yourself shamed
like this °
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is to immerse your penis in it.
What is the average tap water temperature in the UK? I know it depends but what are the parameters?
you can't do it without one
Unless you are heating the water, the hot part will be cooling off, and so your calculations won't really be applicable anyway.
° holy shit i did it