# Plz help Physics-bobpursley

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A 200W lamp is totally immersed in 1500gm of water. How much will the temperature of the wtaer rise in 3 mins? Neglect heat losses from the water.

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Energy= mass*specificheatwater*deltaTEmp
where energy equal watts*timeinSeconds

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