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Posted by Ericca on Tuesday, April 23, 2013 at 4:13pm.

In lab, Will burns a 0.6- peanut beneath 48 of water, which increases in temperature from 22 to 46. The amount of heat absorbed by the water can be found with the equation , where is the amount of heat, the specific heat of water, the mass of water, and the change in the water's temperature.

1.Assuming that 50 of the heat released makes its way to the water, find the food value of the peanut.

2.What is the food value in calories per gram?

3.What is the food value in Calories per gram?

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