It is summer time, and you are in the pool. The air is much warmer than the pool water, but yet when you get out of the water into the warmer air, you feel cold! Explain why you feel cold, even though the air around you is warmer than the pool water you just got out of.
(1) The water in the swimming pool being cooler closes the pores of our skin and we get adjusted to the pool water temperature. But once we get out of the pool, the ...
The reasoning has been done in two ways. Complete answer is in the attached file.