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Electricity and heating elements?

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Default Electricity and heating elements?



A toaster with a Nichrome heating element has a resistance of 140 capital omega at 20degrees Celsius and an initial current of 1.7 A. When the heating element reaches its final temperature, the current is 1.47 A. What is the final temperature of the heating element?

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