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a platinum resistance thermometer reads 0degrees and 100 degrees at ice point and boiling point of water respectively .the resistance of platinum wire varies with celcius temperature (theeta) as Rt=Ro(1+A(theeta)+B(theeta)square) where A=3.8 into (10raised to the power-3) B=5.6 into (10 raised to power-7) what would be the reading of this thermometer if placed in a liquid bath at 50 degree celcius.? please tell me the priciples to help me do this sum and if possible even the solution thank you


a platinum resistance thermometer reads 0degrees and 100 degrees at ice point and boiling point of water respectively .the resistance of platinum wire varies with celcius temperature (theeta) as Rt=Ro(1+A(theeta)+B(theeta)square)
where A=3.8  into  (10raised to the power-3)
         B=5.6   into  (10 raised to power-7)
what would be the reading of this thermometer if placed in a liquid bath at 50 degree celcius.?
please tell me the priciples to help me do this sum and if possible even the solution
thank you


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