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A sphere, a cube and a thin circular plate are all made of the same material, have the same mass and are initially heated to a temperature of  200 to the power of 0 C Arrange then in the ascending order of rate of cooling

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  1. sphere, disc, cube
  2. disc, cube, sphere
  3. sphere, cube, disc
  4. cube, sphere, disc

    Answer:The correct answer is: sphere, cube, disc

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