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two identical blocks of iron, one at 10 Celsius and the other at 20 Celsius, are put in contact.suppose the cooler block cools to 5 Celsius and the warmer block warms to 25 Celsius. this would violate:

a. the first law of thermodynamics.
b. the second law of thermodynamics.
c. the third law of thermodynamics
d. ALL THE ABOVE
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