Newton's Law of Cooling states that the rate at which an object cools is proportional to the difference in temperature between the object and the surrounding medium. Thus, if an object is taken from an oven at 301^{circ}F and left to cool in a room at 73^{circ}F, its temperature T after t hours will satisfy the differential equation

dfrac{dT}{dt} = k (T - 73).

If the temperature fell to 205^{circ}F in 0.7 hour(s), what will it be after 2 hour(s)? After 2 hour(s), the temperature will be degree F.

dfrac{dT}{dt} = k (T - 73).

If the temperature fell to 205^{circ}F in 0.7 hour(s), what will it be after 2 hour(s)? After 2 hour(s), the temperature will be degree F.

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