Posted by **cheryl** on Wednesday, October 12, 2011 at 11:00am.

ok my professor lost me when explaining this material so please bare with me and help me step by step

one of the questions is:

after absorbing 1850J of energy as heat, the temperature of a .500-kg block of copper is 37C what was its initial temperature (the specific heat capacity of copper metal .385J/g K) i have looked in my book for a formula and for the life of me i cant find one!!! PLEASE HELP ME i need step by step with the formula

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