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When the temperature of a copper penny (which is not pure copper) is raised by 100C°, it diameter increases by 0.18% Find the parent increase in (a) the area of a face, (b) the thickness , (c) the volume, and (d) the mass of the penny. (e) Calculate its coefficient of linear expansion.

When the temperature of a copper penny (which is not pure copper) is raised by 100C°, it diameter increases by 0.18% Find the parent increase in (a) the area of a face, (b) the thickness , (c) the volume, and (d) the mass of the penny. (e) Calculate its coefficient of linear expansion.

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