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Consider four objects, A, B, and D, It is found that A and B are in thermal equilibrium. It is also found that C and D are in thermal equilibrium. However, A and C are not in thermal equilibrium. One can conclude that (A) B and D are in thermal equilibrium, but might not be. (B) B and D could be in thermal equilibrium, but might not be. (c) B and D cannot be in thermal equilibrium, (D)the zeroth law of thermodynamics does not apply here, because there are more than three object

Consider four objects, A, B, and D, It is found that A and B are in thermal equilibrium. It is also found that C and D are in thermal equilibrium. However, A and C are  not in thermal equilibrium. One can conclude that
(A) B and D are in thermal equilibrium, but might not be.
(B) B and D could be in thermal equilibrium, but might not be.
(c) B and D cannot be in thermal equilibrium,
(D)the zeroth law of thermodynamics does not apply here, because there are more than three object

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