1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A body is found at 2:00pm at a temperature of 26°C, with a surrounding temperature of 18°C. Two hours later the temperature of the body is 21°C, when did the body die? T=Ae^(kt)+Ts where T is the temperature of the body A is the initial temperature k is a constant t is time in minutes Ts is the surrounding temperature In order to do this assumed at t=0 the body would be 37°C because that is roughly a persons body temperature before death. When I substituted that in though I couldn't get k. How do I get k? Do I need any assumptions? Am I allowed to find k by doing the following 21=26e^(120k)+18 and re-arrange from there?