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# A liquid at 25°c is poured at the height of 40cm in a thin capillary tube of length 70cm and diameter of 1 cm. Assume that volume of the capillary tube does not change with the temperature. a) Find the initial volume of the liquid in cm^3.b) The temperature of the liquid is reduced by 10°c causing the liquid to reduce in height to 73cm. Find the volume coefficient of the thermal expansion of this liquid.c.) At the initial height of 40cn and temperature of 25°c, what change in temperature is needed for the liquid to rise to a height of 49cm?

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