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Homework Help: Physical Science

Posted by Jaskson on Sunday, September 18, 2011 at 8:09pm.

Ninety kilojoules of heat were added to a 2.0-kg piece of wood whose temperture then rose from 20 degrees Celsius to 48 degrees Celcius. What was the specific heat of the wood?

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