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# Twelve conducting rods form the riders of a uniform cube of side 'l'. If in steady state, B and H ends of the rod are at 100°C and 0°C. Find the temperature of the junction 'A'.

- 80°C
- 60°C
- 40°C
- 70°C

## The correct answer is: 60°C

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