in what way does the temperatureof water at the bottom of a waterfall differ from the temperature at the top? explain the reason.

Asked by pri | 14th Mar, 2012, 06:56: PM

Expert Answer:

Yes, there is a difference in temperature.
Assuming all that potential energy the water had on top turns into kinetic and finally to heat,
we can say that potential energy lost = heat energy gained.

Answered by  | 14th Mar, 2012, 08:13: PM

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