The Stanford linear accelerator contains hundreds of brass disks tightly fitted into a steel tube (see figure).
The coefficient of linear expansion of the brass is 2.00 10–5 per C. The system was assembled by cooling the disks in dry ice (–57C) to enable them to just slide into the close-fitting tube. If the diameter of a disk is 80.00 mm at 43C, what is its diameter in the dry ice?
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