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Posted by Snowy on Tuesday, February 26, 2013 at 12:01am.

I'm trying to rank the maximum temperatures of water at 20 degrees Celsius after adding in heated copper cylinders. The first case is 1 cylinder at 22.5 degrees Celsius. Second is two cylinders at 25 degrees Celsius. Third is 3 cylinders at 25 degrees Celsius. Lastly, 1 cylinder at 15 degrees Celsius. This is the Think and Rank #21 from Chapter 21 of Paul Hewitt's Conceptual Physics book. I'm confused on what I need to solve this, like specific heat capacity or what.

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