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Two bodies A and B are said to be in thermal equilibrium with each other, if :

A
heat flows from A to B
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B
heat flows from B to A
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C
both the bodies lose equal amounts of heat to the atmosphere
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D
heat does not flow from either A or B
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Solution

The correct option is D heat does not flow from either A or B
The correct answer is option(D).
Thermal equivalence happens when there is no temperature difference between two bodies. And no heat transfer happens.

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