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Homework Help: Physical Science

Posted by Rachel on Wednesday, February 27, 2008 at 9:27pm.

A 0.6-g peanut is burned beneath 50 g of water, which increases in temperature from 22degreesC to 50 degreesc. What is the exact food value of the peanut? (Assuming a 40% efficiency)

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