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When a hot object is placed in contact with a cooler object, the hot object warms the cooler one. Can you say it loses as much temperature as the cooler one gains? Defend your answer.

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It loses the same amount of heat. Now temperature change depends on the thermal capacity, the one with the greater thermal capacity will lose less temperature.

Heat= thermal capacity*deltatemp

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