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an oven is turned on at a room temperature of 20C and it takes 10 min to reach a temperature of 190C.a try of cookies is placed in the oven to bake for 10 min.the oven is then turned off and returns to room temperature after 15 min.sketch a graph of temperature as a function of time.label each section of the graph and explain what it represents
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