Minor help in DFQ

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white wine @ room temp 70F is chilled in ice (32F). It takes 15 mins for wine to chill to 60F, how long will it take for the wine to reach 56F:uhh:
 

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Tom Mattson
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I don't see a differential equation, nor to I see an attempted solution. Both of those are required for you to get help here.
 
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You have to come up with the dfq.
 
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cristo
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You have to come up with the dfq.

:rofl: Am I imagining that last post?
 
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I seriously doubt that you are expected to re-discover Newton's law of cooling. Have a look at that link, then please post your thoughts on how to proceed.
 
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You have to come up with the dfq.

No, you have to come up the the diffeq, not us!:rolleyes:

As Tom Mattson said, Newton's law of cooling. It's probably given in your textbook.
 
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