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A 43 sample of water absorbs 302 of heat.

If the water was initially at 29.8, what is its final temperature?

i been trying to solve this problem all day long, but i just don't understand how to do it. please help me.

thanks..

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    You don't have any units. The problem is not solvable in its present form.

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