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What is the length of an aluminum rod at 65°C if its length at 15°C is 1.2 meters? A. 1.201386 meters B. 0.001386 meter C. 1.214855 meters D. 0.00180 meter
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User: What is the length of an aluminum rod at 65°C if its length at 15°C is 1.2 meters? A. 1.201386 meters B. 0.001386 meter C. 1.214855 meters D. 0.00180 meter





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