when the pen is removed from fire it slowly cool down as
Asked by ds4061505 | 4th Sep, 2021, 10:40: AM
We assume that the question is - When the pan is removed from fire it slowly cool down as?
Answer - The heat energy transfers from body at high temperature to body at low temperature. When the pan is removed from its heat supply (here fire), the heat from the pan gets transferred to the surroundings. This causes the pan to cool down.
Answered by Shiwani Sawant | 6th Sep, 2021, 10:12: AM
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