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If you were going to heat 10g of water, which would require more heat? a. raising he temperature 10*F b. raising the temperature 10*C c. raising the temperature 10 K d. answers b and c are the same (I think the answer is a, since c=k are equal and f=9/5c)

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    A Celcius degree is almost 2 degrees F. B and C are the same, and require more heat. Remember 100C is 180F in change.

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    so the answer is d?

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    yes.

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