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A 100 liter water tank is filled to the brim with water when the temperature is 5.00°C. Water has a coefficient of volume expansion of 207 × 10−6/°C. If the temperature of the water tank is increased to 60.0°C, what is the volume of water that overflows the tank (ignore the expansion of the tank)?



1.14 liters



1.40 liters



1.75 liters



2.01 liters



2.44 liters

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