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PurpleRain

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Member advised to use the formatting template for all homework help requests and to clearly state the full problem in the initial post.

I don't understand how this equation came about and what μ means.

And from there they said that μ=Δm/Δt=constant

I have to use it to solve a problem about finding the final temperature of two liquids.

I tried to google the equation, but I couldn't find anything.

Can someone please explain this to me?

Edit: μ is the mass of the coffee/milk, t is time and m is probably their mass combined.

And from there they said that μ=Δm/Δt=constant

I have to use it to solve a problem about finding the final temperature of two liquids.

I tried to google the equation, but I couldn't find anything.

Can someone please explain this to me?

Edit: μ is the mass of the coffee/milk, t is time and m is probably their mass combined.

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