Tim Cooke wrote:Oh this is getting really hard really quickly. Might I recommend pouring the boiled water from the kettle into a glass jug and letting it cool to the desired temperature. A thermometer might be required, unless you're happy to guess at some "hot but not boiling" temperature.
We must have a warmer climate; ours are corrected to 15°C.
Pete Letkeman wrote:. . . prices in Canada are corrected at four degrees Celsius for most automotive gasoline/fuel.
Campbell Ritchie wrote:Make x + y equal to 1000.
Campbell Ritchie wrote:I can think of another way to solve the mystery,
Campbell Ritchie wrote:That reduces to 5 units of heating and 3 units of cooling.
Campbell Ritchie wrote:Do you wash clothes when camping? Can you get cold water as warm as 20°? Yes, you probably can, but more like 20°F than 20°C .
Campbell Ritchie wrote:You think you can get girls to warm up the water for you?