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The change of viscosity with temperature can be described using the general equation

ln(µ) = A + (B/T), where µ represents dynamic viscosity, T represents temperature (Kelvin), and A and B are constants.

a) Find the values of A and B for raw milk, using the viscosity and temperature values given in the

table below.

eg K = -273.15, u = 0.00344

2. Relevant equations

ln(µ) = A + (B/T)

3. The attempt at a solution

ln(0.00344) = A + (B/-273.15)

I dont understand how to calculate A and B since there are two variables and only one equation? Can someone help me work out this question?

Perhaps the answer is a ratio of A and B?

Thanks so much,

Kev

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