To calculate the final temperature using Newton's Law of Cooling, you need initial temperature, room temperature, time, and heat transfer coefficient.

**Formula:**ΔT = (T_{0}- T_{∞}) * e^{-kt}**Inputs:**- T
_{0}: Initial Temperature of the Object (in degrees Celsius) - T
_{∞}: Temperature of the Surroundings (in degrees Celsius) - t: Time (in minutes)
- k: Heat Transfer Coefficient (in W/m²K)
**Output:**ΔT: Temperature difference between the object and surroundings at time t (in degrees Celsius)