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High relative humidity decreases the evaporative process and as the temperature is increased, the relative humidity decreases. The comfort range for human body is the ambient temperature of 22 to 27°C with relative humidity ranging from _________ ?->(Show Answer!)
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1. High relative humidity decreases the evaporative process and as the temperature is increased, the relative humidity decreases. The comfort range for human body is the ambient temperature of 22 to 27°C with relative humidity ranging from __________ percent.





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