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# The Celsius temperature, C, of a chemical reaction increases and then decreases over time according to the formula C(t) =-12t2+8t+93, where t represents the time in minutes. Use the Quadratic Formula

The Celsius temperature, C, of a chemical reaction increases and then decreases over time according to the formula C(t) =-12t2+8t+93, where t represents the time in minutes. Use the Quadratic Formula to help determine the amount of time, to the nearest tenth of a minute, it takes for the reaction to reach 110 degrees Celsius.