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At higher temperatures, water will evaporate faster. So, depending on the temperature outside, it may evaporate faster, or slower, than inside.

At higher temperatures, water will evaporate faster. So, depending on the temperature outside, it may evaporate faster, or slower, than inside.

At higher temperatures, water will evaporate faster. So, depending on the temperature outside, it may evaporate faster, or slower, than inside.

At higher temperatures, water will evaporate faster. So, depending on the temperature outside, it may evaporate faster, or slower, than inside.

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At higher temperatures, water will evaporate faster. So, depending on the temperature outside, it may evaporate faster, or slower, than inside.

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If ice forms on the forms on the outside of the glass?

If ice forms on the outside of the glass cup the temperature of the glass would be 25 degrees Fahrenheit. This is due to the fact that water freezes at 32 degrees Fahrenheit.


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Why does water in a glass disappear on a hot day?

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Why do droplets form on the outside of a glass cup?

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