Water Bottles

Question: Two men/women in absolutely identical conditions have two of the exact same water bottles (full of water). An hour passes, and the temperatures of the water inside the bottles are measured. The temperature of one of the bottles is noticeably higher than the temperature of the other. Assuming that the temperature of the setting they were in, as they were both the same, had to do with the change in temperature of the water, why are they different?

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By: jsmith123 on 24/4/16

Whoops... I made a mistake when I wrote it. It should say "assuming that the temperature of the setting they were in doesn't have to do with the change in the temperature in water"

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