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Consider the figure attached.

An illustration of a circular steel casting with a gap.

(a) If the casting is heated, does the width of the gap increase or decrease?

a. increase

b. decrease

(b) The gap width is 1.510 cm when the temperature is 30.0°C. Determine the gap width when the temperature is 175°C. (Use 11 ✕ 10^{−6} (°C)^{−1} for the average coefficient of linear expansion for steel. Give your answer to at least three decimal places.)

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