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Statement of a problem № 3607

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The variation of the specific heat of a substance is given by the expression C = A + BT^2 , where A and B are constants and T is Celsius temperature. Show that the difference between the mean specific heat and the specific heat at midpoint T/2 is BT^2/12.

Solution:
The variation of the specific heat of a substance is given by the expression C =

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