You pour yourself a hot cup of coffee as you sit down to take your physics final. You want to add milk to your coffee, but you also want to drink your coffee halfway through the exam and have it as hot as possible then. Based on Newton’s law of cooling that you learned in lab 11 and based on your knowledge of heat exchange between liquids, should you add your milk at the beginning of the exam or just before drinking your coffee? Explain.
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