# Supplying calories to the rain

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While in free fall, a drop of water assumes the form of a cone with a hemisphere attached on its bottom. If the radius of the hemisphere is $$8$$ $$cm$$ and the height of the cone is equal to the diameter of its circular base, calculate the temperature variation in Kelvin when we supply it $$32153.6$$ calories.

Details and Assumptions

1. Use $$\pi=3.14$$
2. Consider the water density as $$\rho=1$$ $$\dfrac{g}{cm^{3}}$$
3. Consider the water specific heat as $$C=1$$ $$\dfrac{cal}{g \times K}$$
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