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Thermodynamics help

  1. Jan 30, 2007 #1
    Thermodynamics help!!!

    :confused: My physics teacher isn't actually a teacher and, as the only sophomore in my class, I need a little more help than the standard ill-prepared explanation. I am currently dealing with heat and thermal equilibrium. I don't exactly know where to turn. Any help on finding a webpage that could help me maintain my C+ average or any direct help would be very much obliged.
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    Heat transfer and thermal equilibrium is not a difficult concept to master. Most high school phyics teachers understand it well enough to teach the basics. If you have a specific question, just ask.
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