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calculate the heat energy required to raise the temperature of a 500 gram iron pipe from 25 degrees celcius to 100 degrees celcius

Q = m*Cp*(delta t)
The delta t is given as 10050 = 50 degrees Celsius.
The mass is given as 500g, or 0.5kg.
The specific heat, Cp, of Iron, is 449J/kg/K.
Q = ? 
Note the correct spelling of celsius.

Oops I meant delta t = 100  25 = 75 degrees Celsius.
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