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*Given Newton's Cooling formula, where T(t) predicts temperature, and where Te is the temperature of the enviornment, T[0] is the temperature when t = 0:
T(t) = Te + (T[0]+Te)e^rt
predict Te when
T(120)= 86.632
T(240) = 79.210
r = 0.001
I don't know how to even remotely go about solving this hence the lack of the template. I feel like I'm being overloaded with information. What should be my first steps towards rationalising this?
T(t) = Te + (T[0]+Te)e^rt
predict Te when
T(120)= 86.632
T(240) = 79.210
r = 0.001
I don't know how to even remotely go about solving this hence the lack of the template. I feel like I'm being overloaded with information. What should be my first steps towards rationalising this?
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