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Why is it less difficult to cook rice or potatoes at higher altitudes?
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Asked by Gitika Roy | May 03, 2013 | Report this Report abuse |  Reply now
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View Amit Kumar Sharma 's Profile
Atomospheric pressure at higher altitudes is low and boils water below 100 deg C, b'cas boiling point of water is proportional to pressure on its surrounding surface
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View Deepti  Talwar 's Profile
Atmospheric pressure at higher altitudes is low and boils 100 degree celcius. The boiling point of water is directly proportional to the pressure on its surface.
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