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A small metal bar, whose initial temperature was 10° C, is dropped into a large container of boiling water. How long will it take the bar to reach 70° C if it is known that its temperature increases 2

A small metal bar, whose initial temperature was 10° C, is dropped into a large container of boiling water. How long will it take the bar to reach 70° C if it is known that its temperature increases 2º during the first second? (The boiling temperature for water is 100° C. Round your answer to one decimal place.)
How long will it take the bar to reach 96° C? (Round your answer to one decimal place.)

A small metal bar, whose initial temperature was 10° C, is dropped into a large container of boiling water. How long will it take the bar to reach 70° C if it is known that its temperature increases 2º during the first second? (The boiling temperature for water is 100° C. Round your answer to one decimal place.) How long will it take the bar to reach 96° C? (Round your answer to one decimal place.)