Question:

Newton's Law of Cooling states that the rate of change of the temperature of an object, T, is proportional to the dT difference

Newton's Law of Cooling states that the rate of change of the temperature of an object, T, is proportional to the
dT
difference of T and the temperature of the region, Tror = k(T-TR). An object with core temperature of 1200°F is
dt
removed from a fire and placed in a region with a constant temperature of 80°F. After 1 hour, its core temperature is
830°F. What is the object's core temperature 4 hours after it is taken off the fire? (1 point)
370.4010°F
305.2214°F
225.2214°F
145.4010°F

Newton's Law of Cooling states that the rate of change of the temperature of an object, T, is proportional to the dT difference of T and the temperature of the region, Tror = k(T-TR). An object with core temperature of 1200°F is dt removed from a fire and placed in a region with a constant temperature of 80°F. After 1 hour, its core temperature is 830°F. What is the object's core temperature 4 hours after it is taken off the fire? (1 point) 370.4010°F 305.2214°F 225.2214°F 145.4010°F