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Equilibrium of temperature. The water is trying to reach the same temperature as the environment it sits in. a cup of hot water has a higher temperature than the room so therefore begins to cool. a cup of cold water has a lower temperature than the room and therefore begins to heat up. both reach equilibrium when at the same temperature as the room

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