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Water is 80°C in copper pipe 10cm and 2•6cm in diameter is

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water is 80°C in copper pipe 10cm long and 2•6cm in diameter is surrounded by air at temperature of 10°C.How much heat is lost by convection in one hour[Take convection constant =9•24¬m¬²k
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