Two reactions with different activation energies have the same rate at room temperature. Which statement correctly describes the rates of these two reactions at the same, higher temperature?
(A) The reaction with the larger activation energy will be faster.
(B) The reaction with the smaller activation energy will be faster.
(C) The two reactions will continue to occur at the same rates.
(D) A prediction cannot be made without an additional information
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